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LIME partnering with LoopUp

LoopUp, the business collaboration and remote meetings company, has entered a partnership with LIME, the Caribbean business of Cable & Wireless Communications.

The partnership will see LIME distributing the LoopUp product as LIME Conferencing, as part of a managed service agreement to business customers in its 14 countries of operation, including the Bahamas.

LIME’s Director of Product and Process, Eugene Nolan, said he believes this partnership fits perfectly with his company’s commitment to delivering exceptional services to customers.

“Our own team had already begun using LoopUp throughout the region and was benefiting from its better meeting experience, so naturally we wanted to partner with LoopUp and deliver the same service to our own customers,” he said.

Co-CEO of LoopUp, Steve Flavell said: “We’re pleased to team up with LIME, our first partner in the region. LoopUp stands out in the world of everyday conference calls.

“Following our September opening of LoopUp’s regional hub in Barbados, we’ve been actively seeking to partner and bring LoopUp to the corporate market within the Caribbean and surrounding areas including Panama and Trinidad.”

LoopUp gives business professionals every-day conference calls that address the classic frustrations involved in remote meetings, such as not knowing who’s on the call, annoying background noise, and difficulty sharing a presentation.

Call leaders can quickly send out call details then get an alert on their desktop or mobile when their first guest arrives, which takes them straight into LoopUp’s conference call app on their browser or mobile device to:

* Know what’s happening on the call (who’s on and who’s speaking, and view their LinkedIn profile)

* Join by having LoopUp call a phone of their choice (without needing to use dial-in numbers, access or pin codes)

* Control the call: call leaders can add missing guests, mute background noise, record the call and share their screen without needing to launch another collaboration tool.

LoopUp opened its Barbados office in September 2012.

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