Technology Marketing Corporation has made it a habit every year to award the communication solution industries leaders with their top prize: the Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award. This prize typically goes to industry titans who do the most to push the envelope, develop new technology, and engage most successfully with their client base. This past year we saw CEO Bob Reina and his team at Talk Fusion take home the 2016 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award thanks to their work on the Video Chat app. Talk Fusion was, to put it lightly, stoked to hear about the reward.
Talk Fusion was established back in 2007 by CEO and founder Bob Reina. Reina was a police officer when he first heard of the network marketing world and it wasn’t long until he was knocking on the door to develop his own company. Since then Talk Fusion has rapidly ascended the ranks as one of the most important, influential, and innovative video marketing companies on the planet. Their Video Chat app is rightly being lauded as a game changer and one that could establish the identity of the Talk Fusion brand for years to come. What makes this Video Chat app so special?
Well, the first thing you need to know about working within communication solutions is that you must always be ready to change the game. Technology is constantly evolving which means that Talk Fusion has to be ready to flip the script and create something new. That is how Reina and Talk Fusion found success early on: through their Video Email marketing program. Now that same application is making the Video Chat app an industry winner. The Video Chat app utilizes WebRTC technology and it gives Talk Fusion a l eg up against their more common counterparts. WebRTC technology allows for smoother, cleaner, and more efficient lines of communication. The Video Chat application is currently available on Google Play and Itunes and you can get your hands on it for free. There are many upgrades being pondered for future iterations of the Video Chat app because the work never stops.