When it comes to a tech market like Video Chat, it can be surprising to find a device that can really stand out from the pack these days. There are simply so many different devices that offer some variation of a video chat platform that people usually feel as though they are going to be able to find what they are looking for to one degree or another around any old corner.
This is why Talk Fusion has shocked some by obviously being one of the best applications in its corner of the tech world. In August, Talk Fusion received the rather prestigious 2016 Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award from the Technology Marketing Corporation. This actually marked the second time the application was able to take home hardware awarded to it from TMC.
So just what allowed Talk Fusion to stand out from the pack so entirely? It turns out its a function that other chat clients should have been able to emulate with just a little bit of effort. Using WebRTC, Talk Fusion makes it extremely easy for users to talk to almost anyone, almost anywhere, no matter what device they have chosen to use.
The full version of this cross communication device platform went live in March of 2016 and has had an application available through both iTunes and Android since that launch. Considering that users can also pick up and use the application on a PC, Tablet or any smartphone, there are very few limitations to what Talk Fusion can do, especially moving into the future.
Considering the applications that can be used on almost any device are now available in more than 140 countries, it’s not hard to realize just why this technology managed to take home two prestigious awards in such a short period of time. The real question now is whether or not the tech can keep up the momentum as it moves into 2017. “This is just the beginning,” Talk Fusion Founder & CEO Bob Reina said in a recent release announcing the award. “Our talented IT team has big plans for the future of our All-in-One Video Marketing Solution. They’re dedicated to staying ahead of the curve, and that’s what Talk Fusion is all about.”