ATLANTA, GA and VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - Oct 1, 2013) - Arkadin, one of the world's largest and fastest growing Collaboration Service Providers, with a full suite of conferencing and unified communications solutions, today announced a partnership with Vancouver-based Momentum Conferencing. The alliance enables Arkadin to broaden its global reach, especially throughout Canada where Momentum is strongly positioned, while Momentum gains access to Arkadin's comprehensive solutions and vast global service network.
Formed in 2004, Momentum Conferencing has distinguished itself with its relationship-based single-point-of-contact service strategy and sustainable business practices to become one of Canada's leading business-class Collaboration Service Providers.
"Arkadin is perfectly aligned with our vision for offering only the best in collaboration solutions and customer service," says Steve Niven, Momentum's president and CEO. "All of us here at Momentum are thrilled about the future of this partnership, confident it will be a powerful long-term growth engine for us."
"By combining the strengths of both companies, our customers have access to the most advanced collaboration technology and service offering in the business," says Frank Gorkis, Arkadin's VP of Channel Sales, North America. "We're excited about the potential the partnership holds for enlarging our respective global footprints, especially in Canada."
Founded in 2001, Arkadin is one of the largest and fastest growing collaboration service providers in the world. With a vision rooted in the belief that progress emerges from people's desire to share, Arkadin offers a complete range of remote audio, web, and video conferencing and Unified Communications solutions. The services are delivered in the SaaS model for fast, scalable deployments and a high ROI. Its global network of 51 operating centers in 32 countries has dedicated local-language support teams to service its 37,000 customers. For more information, please visit www.arkadin.com
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