Conference Call Provider Meetupcall, Selects the Virtual Private Cloud

By Neal Wilkinson on 12th February, 2015.

Simple, Smart Conference Calls

Secura are pleased to welcome conference call service provider Meetupcall, to the Virtual Private Cloud platform (VPC).

About Meetupcall

Founded in 2009, Meetupcall has rapidly established itself as a major force in the conference call marketplace, with customers including Bet365, EasyJet and the University of Cambridge.

Integrated Conference Calls

Meetupcall use the very latest technology to offer a reliable, affordable, fully featured service to businesses all over the globe. The service integrates seamlessly with Outlook, Apple and Google calendars as well as a huge range of smart phones and devices to create a truly ‘joined-up’ conference call experience.

Meetupcall can provide everyone invited to the conference with the correct dial-in details automatically, update them with any changes that are made and even call them before the meeting as a reminder.

Social media integration also provides the full names, photos, job titles, companies and locations of everybody taking part in the call, so conference organisers will know exactly who they are speaking with.

Meetupcall on the Virtual Private Cloud

The Secura Virtual Private Cloud platform will support Meetupcall with flexible, secure infrastructure that can rapidly scale with their growing demand.

Guaranteed compute and storage performance will ensure the smooth running of any applications on the Meetupcall platform and the very best possible experience for customers interacting with their services.

Secura CEO Ollie Beaton, commented:

Meetupcall are an exciting company with a great service that is really making an impact in the market. I’m delighted that they have chosen to join Secura and that we’ll have the opportunity to play an important role in their future success.

For more on Meetupcall, visit their website at

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Neal Wilkinson

Head of Marketing

Neal works in the marketing team at Secura and makes sure everyone uses the correct font size on their emails. Sometimes he succeeds.

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