This month, we’re delighted to announce two major steps in advancing videoconferencing:
myVRM Version 2.9 and myVRM iControl Panel™. myVRM is the clear industry leader in scheduling and operation of video and audio conferences, and these enhancements greatly extend that lead. They’re significant for all our enterprise customers and our Managed Service Provider partners, who deliver conferencing to hundreds of other companies.
myVRM 2.9 Adds Desktop Video Clients
Version 2.9 includes major enhancements in all areas, a fresh new UI design, and a new Desktop Video Client Center, which allows adding desktop clients to legacy videoconferences, including: Microsoft Lync, Vidyo, Cisco Jabber, Radvision Scopia, and others.
“myVRM has saved hundreds of companies time and money in managing their conferencing, while improving communication and reducing errors and frustration,” said Larry Roher, myVRM founder and CEO. “Now – with 2.9′s desktop integration – they can extend conferencing to many more employees, customers, and suppliers, without adding massive scheduling and management complexity.”
Since its release at InfoComm 2006, myVRM has set the standard for conference management, not only scheduling rooms, attendees, and hardware, but also controlling videoconferencing hardware and handling all communication with attendees.
The Long Island Software & Technology Network (LISTnet) has just given myVRM its LISA award for the fifth year in a row. LISAs recognize excellence in software and technology by Long Island-based companies.
“Our user base has grown dramatically,” said COO Dan Gallo, “with customers such as NATO and Northrop Grumman, but mostly through our many Managed Service Provider partners, who use myVRM as the backbone of their service offering, managing over 20,000 conferences each week. With desktop clients, we expect that number to grow at least ten-fold in the next year. Without myVRM, scheduling all those endpoints and getting the conferences right is a huge, costly, error-prone task. Those still scheduling manually will find their processes under great pressure, and MSPs with no solution will be at a competitive disadvantage. myVRM 2.9 is their answer, a proven, cost effective solution.”
The new release also has many other significant improvements, including:
- A redesigned User Interface, based on user feedback using top graphic design expertise
- A “HotDesking” Module – also known as “Hotelling” – for scheduling free/busy time of workstations reserved for telecommuters and mobile employees
- Extended VNOC Operator functionality
- End-user Training videos for “just-in-time support”
- A new license designation for Virtual Meeting Rooms, allowing conferences to include an unlimited number of rooms: video, non-video, guest, and VMRs
- Enhanced integration of CDR data, Cisco 8170 Telepresence Blade, ScienceLogic EM7 integration, Vidyo gateway support, and dozens of new Call Monitoring and Management features
- Updates to localizations: Spanish, Italian, French, and Japanese, with Portuguese and Chinese in the queue
“myVRM has taken a big leap forward,” said Gallo. “We’ve been serving companies and MSPs of all sizes, supporting the most V/C hardware for years, so we can keep close to the market and meet the needs of the entire conferencing world. The strength of our fundamental design allows us to support new innovations quickly. That’s how we’ve pulled even further ahead of our competition.”
Version 2.9 is scheduled for release in early June 2013.
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