Zoom has unveiled a series of innovative upgrades aimed at enhancing user experience on its platform, emphasizing stronger connections, increased productivity, and seamless collaboration. The introduction of new AI Companion capabilities, alongside improvements in Zoom Team Chat, Zoom Whiteboard, and Zoom Meetings, positions Zoom as a frontrunner in leveraging artificial intelligence to facilitate workplace communication.
Intelisys, a ScanSource company specializing in technology services and solutions, proudly announced its recognition as the 2023 United States and Canada Technology Services Distributor (TSD) Partner of the Year by Zoom Video Communications, Inc. This prestigious accolade was unveiled during the Zoomtopia Partner Connect event.
In a strategic move to cater to the evolving needs of businesses, Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZM) has announced a series of enhancements to its AI-powered customer experience (CX) suite. The company, known for its widely used video conferencing platform, is expanding its reach into the contact center space.
In the wake of the European Union’s decision to compel Microsoft to cease bundling Teams with Office applications across Europe, Zoom’s CEO, Eric Yuan, has proposed that the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) consider similar actions within its borders.
In an exciting development for businesses seeking streamlined communication solutions, CallCabinet has officially integrated its cutting-edge recording and analytics solutions with Zoom Contact Center. This groundbreaking move effectively eliminates the need for multiple, independently managed recording and analytics systems.
Zoom, the leading video communication platform, has introduced significant upgrades to its Zoom Events suite with the launch of Production Studio and an innovative hybrid mobile app experience. These advancements are poised to revolutionize event management by empowering organizers to amplify their impact and facilitate seamless interactions among both physical and virtual attendees.
In a groundbreaking move, Zoom Video Communications has unveiled its state-of-the-art London Engagement Hub, situated in the heart of Holborn, London. The new hub is poised to revolutionize the way we work, championing experiential working hubs supported by cutting-edge technology. This announcement marks a significant stride towards modernizing the workplace as we know it.
NUSO, a global communication-focused software as a service (SaaS) company, has become a Cloud Peering Partner for Zoom Phone on Zoom’s Provider Exchange. This means that Zoom customers may now connect to the PSTN using NUSO’s carrier phone, allowing organizations of all sizes to enjoy a smooth and secure communication experience. The partnership combines Zoom’s cutting-edge Cloud Phone System with NUSO’s unrivaled customer service and security to deliver an efficient, trustworthy, and secure communication solution. NUSO’s real-time service provisioning enables faster and more dependable client experiences, and incorporating the SaaS companies calling into the Zoom Phone application is an exciting development for both organizations. Briana Sullivan, VP of Marketing at NUSO, said: “We are thrilled to announce our Cloud Peering Partnership with Zoom for Zoom Phone users. Integrating NUSO calling into the Zoom Phone application is incredibly exciting for our collective teams. We look forward to growing the NUSO and…
Zoom, the video conferencing powerhouse that had explosive growth during the COVID-19 pandemic, has disclosed that 15% of its workforce, or around 1,300 workers, will be let go. The company’s CEO, Eric Yuan, attributed the need to reduce staff expenses to the company’s previously accelerated hiring during the pandemic and the unpredictability of the global economy. The number of staff at Zoom increased by more than 275% between July 2019 and October 2022, reaching 8,422 employees. Many companies and schools depended on Zoom to keep their operations running at the peak of the pandemic; however, with lockdowns becoming rare events and the rise of “Zoom fatigue,” the corporation has struggled to continue its growth. Zoom’s market cap peaked at $150 billion in late 2020, but has since dropped to roughly $24 billion. Yuan acknowledged not devoting enough effort to analyzing the company’s growth and determining if that expansion…
Zoom Video Communications, a provider of video telephony and online chat services, and Lumen, a global enterprise technology platform, have announced that the companies will work together to allow Lumen to offer Zoom as part of its Unified Communications and Collaboration Suite. Lumen will deliver improved services based on Zoom’s video-first UC platform to its global customer base. The partnership will provide greater delivery, customer success and managed services to companies using Zoom, in order to provide a unique business experience when using the services. Lumen will also combine the security of its embedded network with Zoom’s built-in security features to actively protect customers that are using bundled services. This collaboration will give Zoom access to Lumen’s customer base, while Lumen will be able to update its UCC offering with a leading video conferencing platform. In addition, this partnership should help Lumen to better compete with Verizon, which…