Over the last month, the Calliflower team has been working hard on some enhancements to Calliflower that are going to make it easier than ever to sign up and use. We rolled those enhancements out last night.

First, we’ve made it easier than ever for customers to participate in a Calliflower call. Participants (as opposed to organizers) will be able to join the call without signing up to use Calliflower, and still have access to all the great Calliflower features. Organizers simply send invitees a link to to the call in regular email. So if you’ve got a huge mailing list of people that you want to invite, or you want to post an invitation to your event on a website or a blog, it’s now very easy to do. This is a feature targeted directly at our customers who do teleseminars, and webinars.

Second, we’ve increased the payment options for Calliflower Premium. Now you can choose PayPal or American Express (via PayPal). Personally, I always prefer to pay by PayPal and I think this is a great step.

And lastly, we have a dramatically simplified new sign up process. From now on, when you sign up for Calliflower, you get 14 days free usage of Calliflower Premium, without having to put in a credit card. Just give us your name and email address, and you’ll be running Calliflower Premium. At the end of 14 days, if you decide you don’t need the Premium features, then they just turn off. So if you know anyone who needs a great collaboration and conference calling solution for webinars, or teleseminars, please encourage them to test drive Calliflower!

P.S. Check out this great story about Calliflower on iPhone in the National Post. If you own an iPhone, and haven’t tried Calliflower on iPhone, give it a try. It’s a free add-on, available in the App Store, and Calliflower on iPhone will definitely make your mobile conference calls more productive.