Televic Conference introduces Confero: a web-based software that requires zero installation. The 360 license adds tools to easily manage meetings. User roles bring the relevant controls front and center so a user can focus on getting the job done.
Televic Plixus architecture has been used in thousands of meeting rooms worldwide. Confero can now be added to existing Plixus systems to provide simple meeting control and system diagnostics. Confero is based on a zero-install principle. Being web-based, the software is platform-agnostic; just browse to the Plixus engine on any device. At startup, a wizard guides users through the setup and configuration.
At any time, the system can be expanded by adding a Confero 360 license. The first release of Confero 360 addresses the need for small to medium-sized city councils to perform software-based moderation, electronic voting, identification by access control cards and meeting reporting.
This post is part of Sound & Communications’ InfoComm 2020 Connected New Product Spotlight.