ACT Conferencing

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ACT Conferencing, a PGi Company
Industry Conferencing / Communications
Founded Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Headquarters U.S.
Area served
Key people
Boland T. Jones, Founder, Chairman and CEO
Services Audio Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Video Conferencing, Video Event Services

ACT Conferencing, a PGi Company provides global conferencing services: audio, video, web and multimedia events. The company employs approximately 350 people, who are located in the headquarters office near Denver, Colorado, USA; in Lynnfield, Massachusetts, USA; and in other offices in Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.[1] ACT Conferencing also operates as ACT Teleconferencing. According to Hoover's Online, the company targets clients in a broad range of industries, including finance, health care, investor relations, legal, government, manufacturing, and technology.


Founded in Lakewood, Colorado, USA, in 1989, ACT received funding in 2005 from Dolphin Direct, a New York–based private equity fund.[2] notes that ACT acquired Proximity, Inc., one of the world’s largest providers of room-based videoconferencing services, in early 2002.[3]

On September 4, 2013, ACT was acquired by Atlanta, Georgia-based PGi, a global leader in collaboration and virtual meetings.[4]


Conferencing services range from on-demand, self-service to customized global multimedia events. Local dialing is available for participants in more than 65 countries.[5]

ACT utilizes a number of regional carriers including AT&T, Rogers Telecom, Verizon, COLT Telecom, AAPT, PCCW and SingTel.

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