Sharp introduces Synappx Collaboration Hub for hybrid meetings

Sharp has announced the forthcoming launch of Synappx Collaboration Hub, a smart subscription service that aims to simplify the meeting experience, addressing the changing needs and challenges of hybrid meetings. 

Using the cloud, Synappx provides users with an interface to run any type of meeting, providing access to important shared documents via web platforms and meeting solutions.

Many hybrid meetings use a variety of video conferencing equipment and cloud services to connect and share the information which can often lead to long setup times, with the average meeting taking up to 10 minutes to start. Synappx Collaboration Hub delivers a consistent user experience whether using a personal or in-room device, removing user concerns when using unknown equipment and services, to ensure meetings start on time. Documents are also accessed and shared thanks to consistent processes and menu options when accessing data from various cloud database services.

The Synappx Go app provides full touchless control of all meeting processes directly from a smartphone. The Synappx Go mobile application ensures users can take full control of all meeting activities, meeting launches, and the ability to retrieve and present content stored in multiple cloud storage services onto a display.

Rob Davis, Solutions & Services Business Manager at Sharp said, “Sharp recognises the demand for a solution that simplifies the meeting experience and meets the changing needs and challenges of hybrid meetings. Synappx Collaboration Hub is driven by the move from the personal to the shared, providing a consistent and easy user experience for every type of meeting, whether at home or in the boardroom, and ensures that technology does not create barriers, but supports our customers to run smarter meetings with better collaboration.”

Company Details

SHARP ELECTRONICS UK LTD

4 Furzeground Way
Stockley Park
Uxbridge
UB11 1EX
UNITED KINGDOM

020 8734 2000

www.sharp.eu

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