New Client: Combined Insurance
ANA, CA – February 1, 2011 – GoSolo, a division of VillageEDOCS,
Inc. (OCTBB: VEDO), a complete suite of communication solutions, announces Combined
Insurance, a leading provider of supplemental insurance, as a new client. GoSolo
will keep Combined Insurance mobile and connected to help integrate new agents
faster and position them for success in meeting the needs of their customers.
GoSolo has been
collaborating with Combined Insurance to deliver the perfect communication
solution for accelerating growth and helping managers reach their goals faster.
GoSolo will help Combined Insurance managers with training, coaching and
mentoring their sales agents.
GoSolo is a complete suite of
communication solutions that include a Toll-Free Number, broadcast
communications, conferencing (audio and web), Content Café (like a private
YouTube channel), texting and faxing. Through a hosted service, subscribers are
provided with an easy access Toll-Free number and virtual assistant service so
they can listen to, respond to, forward and manage all messages (voice, text,
fax, email) from phone, smart phone, or computer and decide when and how they
want to receive them. Your message, their way!
VillageEDOCS provides the MessageVision
Platform (MVP), a leading SaaS offering that moves business information
electronically and manages it by capturing, forming and delivering information
using business process management and communication. MVP is a combination of
unified communications and business process management solutions blended into a
single, unified, scalable platform; eliminating the need for capital
expenditures, operational costs and broad technology risks. MVP provides a
single source for a wide range of business information management and
communication applications on a pay-as-you-go financial model. For further
information on VillageEDOCS, visit our website at www.villageedocs.com.
This press release, together with other
statements and information publicly disseminated by VillageEDOCS, contains
certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the
Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange
Act of 1934, as amended. You should not rely on forward-looking statements
since they involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors
that are, in some cases, beyond VillageEDOCS’ control and which could
materially affect actual results, performances or achievements. Factors that
may cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations include
the risk factors discussed in VillageEDOCS’ filings with the Securities and
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