A New Way To Converse: Talk Fusion

Talk Fusion was created in 2007 by Bob Reina. Talk Fusion is an piece of email software that allows its users to communicate effectively and efficiently through video mail, live video chat, live meetings and conferencing solutions, and video newsletters and features such as marketing, analytic and reporting enhancements. Talk Fusion was mainly created for business people and their counterparts to communicate with each other, without having to have an actual face to face encounter with one another.

Talk Fusion is a honorable member of the Direct Selling Association. The DSA is a governing organization that monitors direct selling companies to ensure that they are performing with the highest of standards and ethics, and doing right by their customers. Talk Fusion is built up of a team of tech veterans, ranging from dream builders, graphic designers, video technicians, and expert wordsmiths. Together they are what forms a new piece of technology that is slowly but surely changing the way business people communicate throughout the world.

The CEO and founder of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, says he came up with the idea of Talk Fusion back in 2004 when he was visiting an open house for real estate in North Carolina, and recorded and ten second snippet of the home to send to his family, looking for their opinions. AOL, the email he was using at the time did not have the capabilities of sending video, and it was then and there that the idea of Talk Fusion was born.

Later on in 2007 is when the idea finally came to life when Bob and a good tech buddy of his had spent a relentless amount of hours creating what we know as Talk Fusion. It would go on to become the first of its kind. A email that could contain a video within it had never been created nor thought of at the time. Companies such as Yahoo and AOL had yet to come up with the idea or even attempt to create it. Talk Fusion is a way for business people alike to communicate faster, easier, and more efficiently than ever before.

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