Konakovo, Tverskaya Oblast -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/14/2010 -- B Labs, a leading provider of instant messaging and real-time communication software solutions, announces a new pricing for its Bopup IM software and offers Bopup Communication Server server-side software for free for small-businesses and companies who are interested in a low number of IM clients. This exclusive offer is applied to customers who purchase only a range of 10 — 20 copies of Bopup Messenger and Bopup Observer client-side messengers.
Bopup IM software is a secure communication suite based on a server/client architecture. It enables to adjust a fully autonomous and independent message system within the company or to unite several remote branches simultaneously into a single IM network for the safe and secure exchange of instant messages and documents between the employees. Bopup IM software offers flexible and developed functional possibilities, which take into account the specific nature of instant messaging between the employees within the organization. The messaging system provides a enterprise-level functionality such as security with strong encryption, file and document transfer, offline data delivery and presence statuses, message archiving & logging, Active Directory support. The instant messaging clients support branding with a custom logo uploaded on the server, easy deployment and upgrading existing versions over enterprise-size networks.
About B Labs Company
Starting from 2000, B Labs deals with the development of software systems in the sphere of instant messaging and real-time communication. The aim of the company is to present efficient and innovative software solutions for the organization in terms of safe exchange of messages, data and documents transmitting between the users in local networks of small offices, companies of small and medium business as well as in large corporate and enterprise networks. Company success and more than 8-year-experience in this sphere is proved by the list of clients, which covers the companies from 35 countries of the world.