StarLeaf Shows off Latest Innovations at ISE 2020
Exciting new solutions from StarLeaf
Global provider of meeting room solutions, StarLeaf, highlighted some of its latest products at this year’s 2020 ISE event. The new product launches demonstrate StarLeaf’s continued commitment to providing today’s consumers with a simple, intuitive, and reliable way to collaborate.
The most exciting systems to appear from StarLeaf at ISE were the StarLeaf MultiJoin, Huddle, and Teams products. Each new solution was available to see in a full demo at the StarLeaf stand during the event.
As the workplace continues to evolve, StarLeaf has seen more of its customers embracing a best-of-breed solution for their collaboration needs. This means that more companies are combining leading industry tools to create more effective communication stacks. By investing in meeting room solutions that are reliable, secure, and easy to pair with other solutions, StarLeaf believes it can help companies work more easily together.
Introducing StarLeaf Huddle and MultiJoin
StarLeaf believes that companies across the globe are beginning to demand new opportunities for quick, seamless, and reliable collaboration, regardless of which platform they prefer to use. The new selection of products from the brand underscores the company’s mission to continue supporting additional workflows and use cases introduced by their customers.
For instance, the StarLeaf Huddle system offers all-in-one video conferencing solutions for companies who want to tap into excellent user experience within a smaller space. Huddle enables modern enterprises to establish and leverage video conferences quickly and cost-effectively. The solution comes with a microphone, touchscreen, wide-angle camera, and pronto USB cable.
Alternatively, the MultiJoin product from StarLeaf addresses enterprise user requirements to join meetings from a range of different services. StarLeaf already has a reputation for delivering highly interoperable solutions to clients, and MultiJoin takes that strategy to the next level, allowing people on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, Pexip, BlueJeans, and Webex to join conversations at the touch of a button.
StarLeaf for Teams
Speaking of solutions that work well with today’s leading collaboration systems, StarLeaf is also supporting the growing number of users on Microsoft Teams. Organisations collaborating via Teams will now be able to integrate the high-quality video meetings available from StarLeaf, with Microsoft Teams’ wide collection of features.
Rob Scott interviewed Will MacDonald, Chief Strategy Officer at StarLeaf, about the new innovations:
With StarLeaf for Teams, users can meet with anyone, through any device, with the option to launch meetings directly from within Microsoft Teams. The Teams app is a component of a wider selection of StarLeaf features intended to help those reliant on Microsoft tools.
Commenting on the new range of products, CEO for StarLeaf, Mark Richer, said that collaboration should be all about “enabling people to work better together”. This should include allow people to collaborate wherever and whenever they like, without having to switch to different tools. StarLeaf is on a mission to make its video solutions as flexible and simple as possible, no matter the kind of conferences you might be creating.
The launch of StarLeaf’s MultiJoin, Huddle, and Teams solutions demonstrate the ongoing commitment that the company has to creating a fantastic best-of-breed platform for customers.