Staff Writer
Mar 22, 2018

Arkadin rolls out digital meetings solution

A simpler, more streamlined collaboration solution while on the move.

Arkadin rolls out digital meetings solution

Communications company and collaboration services provider Arkadin launched a digital solution that connects groups of up to 50 people for meetings.

ArkadinVision—defined as an all-in-one cloud-based audio, web, and video conferencing solution—lets planners organise meetings regardless of location or device including web browsers, video room systems, mobile apps and Skype for Business. 

Arkadin also partnered up with collaboration software company Polycom to deliver benefits for using huddle rooms. With this, existing Polycom customers have the option of the “click to join” capability that takes them straight into Polycom’s premium meeting room experience.

The service will appeal to organisations requiring maximum leverage of UC and video infrastructure investments and greater workforce agility, said Sean Kwek, Arkadin’s managing director, APAC & Japan.

“We are responding to customer needs for a simple, unified solution that integrates web and video for highly mobile workforces that require more flexibility to be able to collaborate from wherever they are,” he added.

The service will be rolled out in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand and India, all which are markets that have addresed the need for simpler, more streamlined collaboration solutions while on the move.

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