Reliance Partners With Intercall

by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 07, 2007

Reliance Communications has entered into an exclusive partnership with the Chicago (USA) based conferencing service provider InterCall.

As part of this strategic tie-up, Reliance Communications has rolled out a unique pan-India integrated audio conferencing service both to and from India to its customers.

Reliance InterCall Conferencing transforms a phone connection into a virtual conference room, an online auditorium, an electronic brainstorming session and an audio summit depending upon the requirements. It enables information seekers to easily exchange views, opinions and ideas in real time without even leaving their places.

Users in India from now on have an easier means of joining conference calls from any where they want, with the help of InterCall’s conferencing facilities, which are available in India both for ‘anytime meeting’ and for ‘reservation based’ services.

Prakash Bajpai, President & CEO, Enterprise Business, Reliance Communications said, “We are pleased to partner with InterCall which will enable us to bring into the country the most sophisticated conferencing service ever offered. The coming together of the Communications and Conferencing giants augurs well for our fast developing country and it will significantly expand our value proposition to end users.”

Scott Etzler, President, InterCall Inc, remarked: “India is one of the fastest growing global business centers in the world and InterCall is striving to meet our customers’ needs there. This local solution creates a seamless link to our high quality global network and support centers for all calls generated from and throughout India and InterCall’s connections will meet the demands of the emerging global marketplace.”

The new global connection centers create a unique position for InterCall to provide reliable, high quality conferencing solutions for global businesses and allows for higher call capacity and instant accessibility to conferences launched in India. Conference callers can now host and/or join conferences using local numbers in dialing from most of the major cities in India.