iLinc Launches SaaS-based Solution to Simplify Virtual Meetings
iLinc, a leading provider of web and video conferencing, recently unveiled iLinc 11.1, a new SaaS-based solution that simplifies virtual meetings. Also, the company released upgrades to its Learning Management System (LMS) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) integrations.
“With the release of iLinc 11.1, iLinc for Outlook 1.0.4, and iLinc for Salesforce 220.127.116.11, our customers continue to enjoy iLinc’s industry-leading web and videoconferencing solution while ensuring that related activities, such as session scheduling and joining, are centralized within their third party solutions like Salesforce.com and Microsoft Outlook,” said iLinc’s James Powers, president and CEO, in a statement.
In the recent future, iLinc plans to release its latest integration with Moodle, a free, open-source web application for producing Internet-based courses. With the release of Moodle integration, iLinc will be counted as one of only a few web conferencing providers that is truly committed to providing a simple and seamless online collaboration tool. iLinc currently provides LMS integrations with Blackboard, Mzinga and SumTotal.
“The integrations and upgrades we’ve developed will undoubtedly give our customers an easy to use, out-of-the-box solution for their web conferencing needs. And because of our open SOAP based Web services, many customers continue to develop custom integrations between iLinc and their own proprietary software,” adds Power.
A Phoenix-based company, iLinc provides advanced web conferencing services for businesses, governments, and educational institutions around the world. The company recently launched the iLinc 10 web conference software that reduces environment-damaging air-and-road trips via conferencing. With the software, ILinc users can now configure any session to be recorded automatically, eliminating the need to set up separate systems and any worry about forgetting to capture the session content. With the new audio connection tool, session leaders can also be confident that the iLinc recorder is successfully connected to the audio portion of the event.
Rahul Arora is a unified communications contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves