Konftel has developed a free mobile-based app for one touch ‘on-the-go’ conference calls. Konftel Unite enables users to join conference calls and online meetings quickly – an ideal solution for ‘road warriors’ and remote workers.
Users can dial into conference calls with just one click, join sessions in WebEx, Hangout, Scopia and other web meeting applications and also gain a complete overview of their day’s events and meetings from multiple calendars simultaneously. The app works seamlessly with traditional Konftel devices for optimum audio performance.
Konftel’s UK Sales Director, Jeff May, says Konftel Unite is an intuitive and powerful collaboration tool that represents the next step in audio conferencing convenience, putting the power of conferencing in a pocket – anywhere.
Users can also receive notifications and call alerts, take text and voice notes and share them with others – as well as see who has been invited to a meeting.
Jeff explained: “With the Konftel Unite app, users are just a click away from joining a conference call. Imagine driving and having to enter a 13 digit-long entry code to join a phone meeting. Not only is it a stressful situation, it’s downright hazardous! Konftel Unite makes mobile collaboration safe and easy.
“A typical day for many of us includes back-to-back calls and meetings, and it doesn’t matter where you are, you’re expected to join and be on time. Dialing into conference calls, fumbling between the calendar and dial pad, trying to remember phone numbers and long passcodes is a hassle especially for road warriors and remote workers. That’s why we created this free and really convenient mobile app.”
He highlighted: “It doesn´t matter what kind of conferencing service or meeting tools users prefer, its equally simple thanks to the intelligence of Konftel Unite. In addition the app lets users conveniently take text or voice notes during a call or meeting. Once the meeting is over, select the invitees they want to share their notes with and Konftel Unite will email them a copy.”