One of our main strengths is our flexible products. Whether your company needs video for internal point-to-point calls, or plans to hold multi-participant meetings with people outside the business, we’ve got you covered. Our goal is to provide high-quality software to all our users; from the one-time guest in a video meeting, to the video “power user” who makes several video-calls a day. We strive to make video meetings hassle-free for everyone involved.
We also want to stay fresh and interesting. Our users should not feel they are stuck using outdated products. We want to ship regular updates to assure our users they have our focus. To a small development team as ours, staying current has proven to be a challenge given the number of distinct software products in our offering.
In order to face this challenge we are currently working on consolidating our aforementioned software products into a single video service. The service will be accessible on the web, giving you the ability to perform your usual video-related tasks right from your browser, be it as a guest, meeting host, or as an administrator. Users in need of advanced features such as notifications, calendar integration; don’t worry. Apps for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS will be available to access the service from your desktop computer or mobile phone.
We are really excited about our new approach. It enables us to add exciting new features with greater speed, and improvements will benefit ALL our users, not only users of app “A” or app “B”. Stay tuned.
Having a single codebase has numerous benefits. It allows us to share common application logic, reducing overhead when developing for multiple platforms, and forces us (in a good way) to take all platforms into consideration when developing new features. We have a single integrated build process which produces the apps automatically whenever code is committed. This allows us to move forwards on “all fronts”.
To ensure we stay on top of things, we have also added detailed error reporting and analytics on all platforms. We intend to have someone “on the case” whenever users experience problems.