May 20, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - BlueTie today announced that it will be unveiling a new exhibit and demonstrating its email and collaboration application at the ISPCON Spring 2005 conference.
ISPCON, a leading event for wired and wireless ISPs (Internet Service Providers), will also feature BlueTie's President and CEO, David Koretz as a participating conference faculty member and panelist.
"Email is still the number one, most widely used application on the Internet," said Mr. Koretz. "With that comes a great opportunity for Service Providers to be more to their customers than just the connection over which they access the Web."
BlueTie's email and collaboration application is currently being utilized by Service Providers around the globe. BlueTie's software allows Service Providers to offer their users enhanced features like anti-spam and virus protection, contact management, shared files and calendars, instant messaging and more - all under their own brand.
"Service Providers that can offer their customers enhanced data services like a significant email upgrade with superior functionality will not only promote increased customer retention but can also increase their ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) BlueTie can show them how," added Mr. Koretz.
Mr. Koretz, widely regarded as a messaging industry innovator, will be presenting on the hot button topic of email outsourcing during conference programming on Thursday, May 26. He will also be available to discuss BlueTie's patented application and technology outside of this engagement during regular conference hours.
Exhibiting in space #605, members of BlueTie's senior management team will be highlighting its patented application, providing further details about its platform and testimonials from current Service Provider partners.
The ISPCON Spring 2005 event will be taking place May 24-26, 2005 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. For more information, please visit www.ispcon.com.