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[February 27, 2013]

Momentum Introduces Hosted Video Conferencing Solution

Las Vegas, NV, Feb 27, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Momentum, the number one most reliable hosted PBX provider, announced today at the 2013 Channel Partners Conference and Expo the expansion of its cloud-based platform and unified communications portfolio with the addition of an enterprise-grade video solution.

Powered by SCOPIA, Momentum Video is a scalable, multi-point conferencing service with HD functionality. The comprehensive Video as a Service solution includes both a desktop and mobile client and is complete with efficiency-driven features, an intuitive interface and built-in presentation and recording components.

"Enterprise collaboration tools have become fundamental to daily correspondence impacting the way traditional sales, service and support channels operate. Momentum Video creates conference rooms without walls - the anywhere-access, real-time communications today's professionals need," said Alan Creighton, Momentum President and CEO.

Director of Product Development Brandon Hagood said he expects widespread demand for video communications in 2013, crediting the increasing popularity of personal use of video applications as the catalyst for the rapid infiltration of hosted video conferencing into the business market. Fast deployment for little to no CAPEX and the functionality to offer secure pin-protected video chats will ensure rapid adoption.

Building corporate video communications into the workflow will: a-Accelerate information exchange a-Streamline project completion a-Minimize travel expenses a-Boost corporate sustainability a-Foster greater reachability a-Improve overall productivity a-Support a remote workforce "Momentum Video conferencing empowers face-to-face virtual meetings with multiple parties - customers, prospects and team members - from anywhere in the world. Fully interoperable with room-based equipment, desktops, tablets, smartphones and UC apps, Momentum's BYOD compatible solution truly has no limitations," said Hagood.

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