Mumbai based UniRow, which makes online training and webinars engaging and interactive, has launched next version of its browser-based video collaboration product – Seabiscuit.
The new version enables education consultants, online trainers, e-Learning companies and enterprises to deliver interactive webinars using their web browser.
Seabiscuit allows anyone to host scalable webinars, online training and collaboration sessions.
The company claims that the new product loads three times faster and is lighter on users’ bandwidth and is now available on HTML5, which significantly improves interactivity and control during , document sharing or polls.
The new version also allows users to have integrated toll free dial-in across 30 countries that allows users’ team members, customers and students to join sessions without accessing the Internet. In addition, its application programming interface (API) can be used to integrate UniRow on to a user’s website or application.
UniRow, which demoed at UnPluggd in 2012, wants to unify the entire enterprise communication and collaboration tools into one single package.
Unlike other popular services, which have separate packages and pricing for video conferencing, webinars or live streaming of an event, UniRow unifies all of these services into a single package along with adding telephony to the group.
The company offers premium service for $20/month for 25 attendees to $400/year which includes 5GB of storage and option for 1000 attendees. Collaboration tools work across all price bands, however billing for the telephony is separate.