Mets new branch in Russia Frankfurt meets huge demand for Conference and collaboration services – Arkadin announced today that its new branch in Russia recorded a large demand for Mets offers for audio and Web conferences. The demand can be attributed, inter alia on the growth of the Russian economy. Companies must to contact today with customers, suppliers, and remotely working staff immediately and need to work in a business environment, which requires presence around the clock, more efficient and more competitive. Since we started our last spring, we have developed very well”, explains Remy Prouvost, Vice President CEMEA at Arkadin. Russian organizations of all sizes and industries including many leading international brands know that it is now essential to equip employees with collaboration technologies, an instant communication with clients, partners and decentralized employees Teams in the country and abroad to ensure.” Among the large companies which benefit from Mets of cloud-based technology for audio and Web conferences in Russia: Colliers Russia, a subsidiary company of Colliers International, a leading global provider of real estate services; Rusfinance Bank, a subsidiary of Societe Generale with branches in 64 regions of Russia; and NTT com, a large Tokyo-based telecommunications company, which has reached an agreement over the white-labeling of its services for use by Japanese company based in Russia with Arkadin. Leading analysts predict that the use of audio and Web conferencing will become far more rapid in Eastern Europe and Russia than in the established economies of Western Europe. In their published reports, the company Frost & Sullivan comes to the conclusion, that the Eastern European market for audio services (including Russia) will grow until 2016 to 26.9 percent and thus the highest growth rate of all European regions there is. Also says their report on the European market for Web conferencing services, revenue from Web conferencing services in the same region will nearly triple by 2015. People such as Bruce Schanzer would likely agree.