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Voximplant’s video and audio meetings now integratable

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Businesses and developers can now integrate a full-scale video conferencing offering by Voximplant, an intelligent cloud communications platform provider, directly into their apps and workflows. End users may interact more closely and discuss their projects with less context switching now that top–tier video and audio sessions are incorporated into their familiar services.


Voximplant’s video conferencing, according to the company, can be set up in less than 10 minutes. The standard Voximplant package features three alternative user interface layouts, as well as add-ons such as reactions and raise hand options. The Voximplant conferencing platform can accommodate up to 50 active participants, stream to up to 100 viewers with just one presenter, and record sessions. Furthermore, all communications are encrypted using WebRTC, making this solution highly secure and HIPAA-compliant.


Voximplant offers phone, video and message conversations within the app. Customers may utilize this platform for a range of use cases, including customer service and one-on-one calls, as well as webinars and online events, in addition to video conferencing. 


Voximplant has two main products; its Platform, which provides APIs and SDKs for voice, video, messaging, SIP trunking, and natural language processing, and the Voximplant Kit, which combines a no-code editor with conversational AI to allow businesses to build an omnichannel contact center in 30 minutes.


Alexey Aylarov, CEO and Co-founder of Voximplant, commented: “Over the past year, we’ve seen the growing trend of companies embedding video communication directly into applications and integrating with its business logic. Voximplant already had unparalleled support for audio and video calls and now we’ve come with an out-of-the-box solution which requires minimal development work for integration. Now our customers can easily integrate conferencing into their apps and workflows addressing their specific needs.”