With a 100 per cent year-on-year increase in sales last year, Launcher has been tackling the challenges of hybrid meeting experiences. Launcher works with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Webex, BlueJeans, GoToMeeting, and Google Meet ensuring that companies aren’t locked into one UC vendor when it comes to starting calls in meeting spaces.
Launcher features a Kiosk Mode which keeps everything locked down, preventing access to the wider system. Plus, the Custom Cleanup feature allows users to schedule when and what type of data is cleared between meetings. In addition to quick and simple call launching across different video platforms, other features include a user interface and standardised home screens for consistency across meeting rooms.
DisplayNote Launcher is already used by organisations such as Bishop Fleming, Johnson and Johnson, WHO, and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, to improve communications and create a better meeting room experience for all staff.
Ed Morgan, DisplayNote COO said, “We’re looking forward to being back in Barcelona for ISE 2023 where we’ll be demonstrating all the latest features and benefits of DisplayNote Launcher. Delivering a reliable, consistent, simple, and secure meeting room experience can still be a challenge for many organisations and we’re excited to show how Launcher can solve all these problems.”