MegaPath has launched a free, 15-day trial of its enhanced unified communications service, MegaPath One.
Released in June 2016, MegaPath One adds enterprise-class collaboration to MegaPath’s existing hosted PBX, call center and call recording service for businesses of all sizes.
“As more businesses transition to remote work environments and expand to geographically distributed office locations, the need for a reliable communication solution across locations, devices and applications becomes imperative,” said Dan Foster, president, Business Markets, MegaPath. “With features such as Outlook integration and one-click audio and video conferencing, our award-winning unified communications service addresses the industry demand for an all-in-one telephony and collaboration solution that strengthens flexible work styles and contributes to increased productivity between employees, partners and customers, regardless of location.”
The MegaPath One end user experience is delivered via a single, fully integrated client application and an always-on, cloud-based personal collaboration space, My Room. This space allows all participants to join an audio-only, audio/video or audio/video/web sharing session based on their needs and preferences. MegaPath One apps are available for Windows and Mac PCs, and iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, on the company’s web site and the applicable app stores.
“Since the launch of MegaPath One, we have received an extremely positive response to the simplicity and quality of the end user experience. Our new 15-day free trial now lets future customers experience it without any feature limitation,” said Arnaud Gautier, CMO, MegaPath. “Our one-click collaboration enables employees to quickly move from checking on colleagues’ availability or from a group chat to a full audio bridge, video conferencing session and web sharing experience, on any device. By using MegaPath One ourselves, we have also reduced our conferencing costs by more than 90%. The MegaPath One collaboration experience extends to any WebRTC-compatible browser such as Google Chrome, and allows users to instantly join online meetings and participate using audio, video, and instant messaging with zero download.”