Feb. 21, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- CoroWare, Inc. (OTCBB:COWI) announced today that the Mt. Rainier Chapter of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) has selected CoroCall Business Class HD Video Conferencing as an alternative solution to conduct its technical training sessions and board meetings.
Until this year the Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE technical training sessions were conducted using in-person training sessions. Attendees would typically travel to a central meeting location, taking valuable time away from their cable technician working hours.
The Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE elected to try CoroCall Business Class HD Video Conferencing to improve upon the delivery of the Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE's technical training program. After using CoroWare's videoconferencing service in early February, Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE training organizers achieved record high attendance and received very positive attendee feedback.
As a result of this trial, the Rainier Chapter of the SCTE made a decision to use CoroCall Business Class HD Video Conferencing as an option for the delivery of SCTE training sessions as well as Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE chapter meetings.
"CoroCall Business Class HD Video Conferencing offers our members an experience that is similar to being there," said
, president of the Mt. Rainer Chapter of the SCTE. "This approach will allow our members to attend training sessions from a local office instead of traveling to a central location. It is a win for everyone."
CoroCall offers affordable, high definition video conferencing cloud service. Join conferences from hardware room systems, mobile devices, or personal computers with high quality video for a great multi-party video conference experience.
"We were delighted to help the Mt. Rainier Chapter of the SCTE improve upon their existing program," said Shanna Gerrard, business unit manager for CoroCall at CoroWare. "Mt. Rainier Chapter SCTE members will all benefit from the experience of joining a training session or chapter meeting from a conference room, a desktop system at work, or even a 4G wireless iPad or Android tablet from a remote field location."