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November 22, 2010

Palringo launches new Push-to-Talk service for enterprises

Inclusion of pictures, use of voice/text options, and unlimited group chat to improve workforce communication

By CBR Staff Writer

Palringo, a provider of the consumer mobile instant messaging (IM) service, has launched its Instant Enterprise Messaging Platform – a network-independent push-to-talk service that provides enterprises with secure offering for remote workforce communications.

Palringo can be operated from any handheld push-to-talk device or desktop, irrespective of network or service provider, with no need to invest in new hardware.

The new Palringo’s Push-to-Talk service, offered as Software as a Service delivery model, features cost reduction, transforms productivity, and secure – compliant work force communication.

Palringo CEO Tim Rea said the new Instant Enterprise Messaging Platform enables users to create groups, the real-time inclusion of pictures into the discussion and the use of vocal IM – a more flexible form of push-to-talk – so that companies can now improve their workforce communications, especially for those workers that operate remotely, in an cost-effective yet instant manner

"It is the integration of our own core enterprise mobile IM platform with functionality such as the ability to use both voice and text options, unlimited group chat, push-to-talk, and the use of location/presence information that is truly transforming workforce communications and collaboration," Tim said.

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