FuzeBox Recognized in Gartner’s 2012 Web Conferencing Magic Quadrant

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FuzeBox inclusion in prestigious Gartner report rounds out banner year for company

FuzeBox, a leader in the enterprise collaboration space, has been included in Gartner’s 2012 Web Conferencing Magic Quadrant, released December 10, 2012.

Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Web Conferencing analyzes the evolution of the web conferencing industry and evaluates vendors based on their ability to execute on their products and services, as well as the completeness of their market vision and strategy.

In the report Gartner states, "web conferencing is now a key capability for specific business processes, and a requirement for strategic unified communications and collaboration buying decisions." The report goes on to describe the benefits of web conferencing to businesses, including the reduction of geographic barriers for remote teams working on projects, rolling out virtual training sessions to employees, and reducing the cost of business travel.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by Gartner and to be the only new company included in such a highly respected report on the industry,” says Jeff Cavins, CEO of FuzeBox. “We’ve seen tremendous growth this year with the release of our iPhone, PC, Android and iPad apps, a $20M Series A financing round led by Index Ventures, and our launch of the first-ever native video conferencing app designed specifically for the Mac. We see the future of visual collaboration advancing across four major pillars: mobility, interoperability, scalability and integratability– and this is where we have focused our attention.”

FuzeBox’s inclusion in Gartner’s Web Conferencing Magic Quadrant caps off a flagship year for the company. 2012 saw the rollout of FuzeBox’s visual collaboration service across the entire Apple ecosystem as part of Apple’s “Better Together” partnership program, which highlights apps that offer amazing connectivity between Mac, iPhone, and iPad devices. The company was the first in its industry to create a native online meeting application built specifically for Mac computers, allowing anyone to easily and seamlessly run online meetings without having to deal with clunky browser plugins.

FuzeBox products are already in use by many Fortune 500 companies such as Kellogg's and GM, as well hot start-ups like Evernote and Spotify.

To learn more about FuzeBox, visit: http://www.FuzeBox.com or check out a demo at: http://www.FuzeBox.com/DailyDemo.


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Founded in 2009, FuzeBox’s mission is to improve the way that companies and professionals meet, collaborate, and conduct business. Many of the Fortune 500 rely on FuzeBox technology for flawless presentations, online meetings, marketing webinars, screen sharing, and collaboration. FuzeBox also allows you to easily solve common interoperability issues between expensive telepresence communications systems, significantly improving your ROI on communications spending. Anywhere, anytime, any device. For more information about FuzeBox, please call 1-888-679-4759, email us at info(at)fuzebox(dot)com, or visit our site at http://www.FuzeBox.com.

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