PGi’s online meeting offering is private-labelled as CenturyLink Web Conferencing
Conferencing and collaboration offerings provider PGi has signed a new partnership agreement with telecommunications company CenturyLink.
Under the agreement, CenturyLink is offering PGi’s GlobalMeet online meeting offering, private-labelled as CenturyLink Web Conferencing, to its customers.
In addition, CenturyLink also uses GlobalMeet internally for hosting meetings.
GlobalMeet is an integrated web conferencing and audio conferencing offering with a simple interface designed to provide the easiest online meeting experience possible and it doesn’t require any software downloads for meeting guests.
The integrated web conferencing and audio conferencing offering includes a convenient "connect me" feature that calls participants automatically, making dial-in numbers and passcodes obsolete.
CenturyLink Marketing and Product Management vice-president Cindy Humphrey said CenturyLink’s agreement with PGi underscores its continuing commitment to integrate best-in-class technologies to provide high-quality, value-added services to the customers.
"CenturyLink Web Conferencing is a great complement to the other telecommunications and network services we provide to our customers today," said Humphrey.
PGi Sales and Marketing executive vice-president Scott Tapp said PGi is excited to partner with CenturyLink to offer a simple, affordable web and audio conferencing offering to their employees and customers.
"We designed GlobalMeet to be easily private-labeled, to enable our partners to offer this high-value online meeting solution," said Tapp.