Mystic, Conn. (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
Many of the attendees of the ribbon cutting were excited to have a new company in the area that is bringing exciting, technologically advanced jobs to Southeastern Connecticut. With companies like easymeeting.net, Connecticut can continue to grow, and smaller coastline towns like Mystic can diversify their workforces and economies to include technology right along with the largest employer – tourism!
“With our technology we have the tools to work from anywhere and Mystic is ideal for easymeeting. Located in the middle of the New York and Boston corridor Mystic and Southeastern Connecticut is perfectly situated and should be among the highest priorities for other tech companies looking to establish an east coast presence,” said Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting via videoconferencing from his office in Oslo, Norway. “Furthermore, the easymeeting has a large emphasis on a proper work-life balance and are happy to call Mystic the home where our employees can enjoy living and working in a beautiful area that has plenty to do and is perfect for entertaining clients from around the globe”. Followed Andriopoulos. “I am thrilled that regional business leaders and our guest of honor Congressman Joe Courtney of Connecticut made the time to see what we can do for the local and state economy. We are at the forefront of the communications industry and can help foster job growth for the region,” said Andriopoulos originally from Niantic, Connecticut. He concluded “and we are hiring!” to the applause of those in attendance.
“It was a pleasure to see Easymeeting’s new North American headquarters in person at their ribbon-cutting ceremony,” said Congressman Joe Courtney. “Small businesses and innovators are key to continuing our economic recovery right here at home. Easymeeting’s commitment to hiring in Connecticut – particularly hiring veterans – is encouraging, and I look forward to working with them to ensure that they have the tools they need to do just that.”
As the ribbon cutting crowd enjoyed lunch from Mystic´s own McQuade’s Market- they were able to experience that the service is quick and easy to use, gives a crisp, high quality picture of the participants and presentations during the call. Cody Loughlean, North America Channel Sales & Business Development Manager for Easymeeting.net introduced the group in Mystic to other members of the Easymeeting.net team that joined the ribbon cutting via video from Norway and Sweden, he explained “We eat our own dog food everyday, we don’t have landlines in our offices because we use video to communicate internally and with customers and clients everyday.” With the Easymeeting.net services, companies and individuals are no longer required to invest into the pricey infrastructure needed for successful video calls, everything is bundled into a scalable monthly service package that fit’s the individual companies needs.
This technology can link traditional video conferencing systems, PC/Mac, Tablets (IPAD) and Smartphones together into clear, crisp video conferences- and it´s easy! With these capabilities, all users have an instant window into the International business world and can conduct, attend and record video conferences with participants all over the world without the added time, hassle and cost of traveling for traditional business meetings. For more information, please visit http://www.easymeeting.net or call the US office at 866-299-EASY(3279).
Easymeeting can also be followed on Twitter at: @easymeetingNet and Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/easymeeting
Congressman Courtney can be followed on twitter at @RepJoeCourtney