Structural Group Chooses e/pop Web and Video Conferencing to Connect Management and Personnel in Offices Throughout the U.S.

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Award-winning specialty contractor replaces traditional video conferencing hardware with e/pop® IP-based conferencing software.

WiredRed®, a technology leader in real-time communications software, today announced that Structural Group, a $210 million Hanover, Maryland-based company, replaced its previous hardware-based video conferencing system with e/pop Web Conferencing. Structural Group is comprised of three diversified companies, Structural Preservation Systems, VSL and Pullman Power, which deliver services, products, systems and technologies that build, repair, protect, strengthen and reinforce concrete, steel, masonry, wood and soils. Structural Group companies’ utilize e/pop’s advanced multiparty video capabilities for more effective and interactive upper management meetings in offices located throughout the U.S and to conduct interviews with potential employees regardless of physical location.

According to Jason Kasch, IT director, Structural Group, e/pop Web Conferencing was chosen because the previous video conferencing system provided limited functionality and was expensive. With e/pop, the company intends to extend the reach of its video conferencing capabilities to customers and partners as well.

“Our previous video conferencing system was slow, unreliable and not entirely IP-based, which caused increased stress and frustration for both meeting hosts and attendees,” said Kasch. “We chose e/pop because it met all of our needs, including ease-of-use, low cost of ownership, easy deployment and management, and it fits nicely with our corporate culture of team involvement. Now, anyone in the company or customers for that matter, are just a mouse click away. And, e/pop is so easy to use that it has become a self-service application that is available to anyone regardless of how technical they are.”

e/pop Web Conferencing includes a comprehensive set of features, including multiparty audio and video, desktop and application sharing, remote control and a record & playback feature which records the entire conference session, including video, for editing and playback on-demand.

“Video conferencing has significantly changed and improved the way we conduct business,” said Brian Gallagher, Marketing Director at Structural Group. “e/pop has enabled us to interact on a more consistent basis with our business line leaders throughout the country. We are able to connect, have productive and efficient meetings and, by using e/pop, we have also saved a great deal of money.”

About WiredRed

WiredRed Software is a technology leader in real-time communications. The Company's secure, multipoint routing technology powers its e/pop product line, which includes multiparty video conferencing, web conferencing and secure IM software. All e/pop products are designed to provide busy, security-conscious IT staff in business, government and education with fast and easy to maintain solutions compatible with their existing networks.

More than 3,500 commercial and government customers are using e/pop software. Customer installations include ADP, Florida Rock, Tindall Corporation, D.H. Pace, Mercury Insurance, Baker & McKenzie, Merrill Lynch, Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottrade and Wells Fargo. e/pop has also been deployed throughout hundreds of schools, as well as local, state and federal government agencies including the U.S. Army, U.S. National Guard, Bureau of Land Management, National Institute of Health, Department of the Interior, and State of California, Health Services. The company licenses its software to corporate and government IT organizations and a growing network of business partners.

For more information, visit the WiredRed web site at http://www.wiredred.com, or contact the company directly at +1-858-715-0970.

e/pop and WiredRed are registered trademarks of WiredRed Software.

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