ISTRA is about convenience and lets users join webinars and calls on the go, and even while driving. The ability to integrate with advanced collaboration tools alone is convenient, but ISTRA users have access to other forms of convenience.
For instance, users can quickly/easily send Zoom meeting links to anyone within their organization, join video calls to clarify project roles, and delegate tasks using the platform. ISTRA Collab hosts video calls of up to 300 participants per room via Zoom, and extends the use of advanced wallboard technology, remote control, and group/private chat, delivering robust collaboration experiences.
As Centile proceeds expansion into new territories, it continues to roll out cost-effective features that accommodate organizations that can’t afford 300 Zoom licenses, as a result, Centile’s developers are putting the finishing touches on an in-house video conference feature. They plan to roll out the new in-house WebRTC video conferencing feature this summer.
“If you use Zoom separately from our platform, it cannot detect if you are in a meeting, thus leaving your status as available. Calls can also set to record automatically and change a user’s status to ‘in a meeting’ when determined they’re in a meeting with ISTRA.”
The business applications of collaboration software like ISTRA are endless and include increased productivity, as well as seamless workplace communications. The use of enterprise-grade APIs has made Centile agile, thus fast to react to the ever-changing nature of UC and collaboration.
Consequently, Centile is swiftly empowering companies to merge collaboration platforms, granting enterprises more flexibility than once imagined.