SUNNYVALE, Calif.--()--VSee™, a leading provider of video collaboration services, is pleased to announce One-Click Collaboration—a “no install” experience that instantly starts a rich video collaboration session. This new addition offers limitless opportunities to our customers to further improve their VSee experience. Remote teams can now create meeting invitations via a hyperlink that will seamlessly start a video collaboration session with just one click. Sales staff who work with distributed customers, partners and prospects can now offer a frictionless experience when inviting them to a meeting—guests merely click on a hyperlink and multiparty video calling, application/desktop sharing and file transfer will launch in seconds.
“My customers require extreme security and simplicity. Unlike Cisco, WebEx, or GotoMeeting, VSee lets me securely connect to my customers in one click no matter where I am in the world; even over 3G”
“One-click Collaboration combines the scalability and performance of peer-to-peer approaches such as Skype with the no-install simplicity of web technologies like Flash video; specifically overcoming the limitations of Flash and Skype,” said Milton Chen, Founder and CEO of VSee. “One-Click Collaboration is a new capability that will enhance our customers’ VSee experience by allowing them to more easily and more immediately initiate video collaboration sessions.”
“My customers require extreme security and simplicity. Unlike Cisco, WebEx, or GotoMeeting, VSee lets me securely connect to my customers in one click no matter where I am in the world; even over 3G,” said Rob Wall, CEO of Perceptix.
VSee™ provides the easiest and most secure video collaboration service for distributed teams. The award-winning VSee technology requires one-third the bandwidth needed by traditional conferencing vendors like Skype, WebEx, and Polycom, allowing businesses to carry out low bandwidth, full-team video collaboration even over 3G cellular networks. The VSee patent-pending user interface has been extensively tested and refined through large-scale deployments with Fortune 500 and military users, resulting in a highly intuitive user experience.
Based on CEO Milton Chen’s human-computer interaction PhD research at Stanford University, VSee was incorporated in 2008. Backed by Salesforce.com and In-Q-Tel, VSee serves more than 6000 enterprises world-wide including Shell, Intel, NTT Data, Saudi Aramco, Primerica, the U.S. Navy SEALs and the U.S. National Science Foundation. Get started at http://www.vsee.com.