This is the company’s first exhibition at CeBIT, one of the world’s largest trade fair for IT and telecommunications technologies. Each year more than 3,000 exhibitors from 70 countries demonstrate their solutions powering the digital transformation of the economy and society. More than 850,000 business, industry and government leaders and IT experts visit CeBIT to transform their business processes.
As a part of the show, TrueConf team is sharing company’s video conferencing and collaboration solutions, including video contact centers, embedded video conferencing and new TrueConf Server features.
“For a number of years we have been taking part in AV trade shows in the U.S., Europe and CIS,” said Dmitriy Odintsov, TrueConf CBDO. “With the release of TrueConf’s developer toolkits for embedding video conferencing in third-party products and platforms, we are thrilled to scale new heights and showcase our innovations at one of the world’s largest IT expos — CeBIT.”
About TrueConf, www.trueconf.com
TrueConf equips desktops, mobiles and meeting rooms with high quality video conferencing and collaboration capabilities. TrueConf apps and solutions are easy to use and are fully compatible with legacy SIP/H.323 equipment. Tens of thousands of companies around the world trust us. TrueConf solutions are powered by 100% scalable software infrastructure and available as an on-premises server and as a cloud service.
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