SAN FRANCISCO, July 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- UberConference announced today that it will provide the premium version of its teleconferencing service, UberConference Pro, for free during the month of July to help those affected by the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) strike work productively from home. Simply enter promo code "BART" on checkout for a free month of Pro features.
Developed by the creator of Google Voice, UberConference is a teleconferencing service with a web view that increases the productivity of conference calls. With UberConference Pro, you can see who is on a call and who is speaking, share documents through Box and Evernote, automatically dial out to participants, record calls and see the profiles of others on the call through integrated Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. UberConference is also available for iPhone and Android devices.
"The BART strike is making it painful and time consuming for commuters to get to work. Many are coping by working-from-home until it's over, and right now, there seems to be no end in sight," said Craig Walker, co-founder and CEO at UberConference. "Conference calling hasn't improved in decades and it's a pain. UberConference fixes all the broken aspects of traditional conference calling so people can be more productive at work, at home, or from anywhere."
For free UberConference Pro for the month of July, use promo code "BART" at checkout.
UberConference launched in 2012 as part of Firespotter Labs, funded by Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures. With over 15 years experience as an entrepreneur in the emerging telephony space, CEO Craig Walker focuses his team on making complex telephony products easy to use. Walker was CEO of Dialpad Communications (acquired by Yahoo!, now Yahoo! Voice), and later co-founder and CEO of GrandCentral Communications (acquired by Google, now Google Voice). To learn more about UberConference go to www.uberconference.com