Fuze Meeting Enters into Licensing Pact with Interact Medical [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
(Health & Beauty Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) FuzeBox, Inc., a provider of real time visual collaboration applications, announced that Interact Medical, a developer of 3D animation, website video and interactive visualization and training solutions, has licensed Fuze Meeting to communicate and share high- definition audio and video content with its medical industry customers.
South Bend, Ind.-based Interact Medical, which has been developing eLearning and eMarketing materials for physicians, patients and medical device companies for 18 years, is now using Fuze Meeting video conferencing and collaboration software to demonstrate animations and share documents and work in progress over a variety of laptop and tablet computers, the Company noted in a release. Fuze Meeting said that its ability to work with virtually any desktop, laptop or mobile device makes it an invaluable tool for Interact Medical's sales team, especially with the growing acceptance of tablet PCs among doctors and other medical professionals.
"We use Fuze Meeting nearly every day to communicate between our corporate offices and our Salt Lake City, Utah-based studio of developers and sales staff, and of course, also with prospective client opportunities and current accounts. Our lifeblood is connecting with clients, and Fuze Meeting enhances our ability to really read their body language and feel more connected with them," said Dave Boyd, Interact Medical's CEO. "And with medical device companies increasingly turning to mobile technologies, it's also been invaluable to be able to show them just what they need to build visual content and compile it into sales tools that they can deploy on the iPad."
"We're excited to bring the benefits of Fuze Meeting to the health care industry," said Fuzebox CEO Jeff Cavins. "Interact Medical is a premier provider of medical animations and video, and we're pleased that they've chosen Fuze Meeting for their video conferencing and collaboration needs."
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