December 19, 2019
— Asterisk Service, a unit of Ecosmob, announced multi-tenant conferencing solution for global enterprises and service providers. Speaking on the occasion, the company’s VP said that this takes asterisk video conferencing to greater heights.
Ever since Ecosmob branched off its Asterisk development team into a separate unit known as Asterisk Service in 2013, the division has been responsible for one innovative solution after another that have set industry trends such as IVRs, contact center software and session border controller, to name a few. Its work in WebRTC is class-leading and its video conferencing software is gaining traction since its introduction a short time ago. Now, Asterisk Service have added multi-tenancy feature to its asterisk video conferencing solutions. This feature is quite useful for large global enterprises and for service providers.
The multi-tenant video conferencing software can be deployed in a large enterprise with branches in various locations with each location deemed as a tenant. This way the users in each location are segregated as are the accounts. However, users get to use the common platform and share data. Since Asterisk offers a high degree of configurable options, the large enterprise can simply have each branch as an independent tenant without access to data sharing. This type of arrangement is perfect for service providers and carriers who may wish to add conferencing as a service (CaaS) to their product portfolio. They can have hundreds of subscribers, each one compartmentalized yet tied into the main conferencing system. Service providers can set rates for clients and bill them. Asterisk Service provides complete customization options for currency, language and rate structure. Each tenant can have unique authentication ID and their users, in turn can log in using Oauth2 and join a conference or initiate one.
Free conferencing solutions, said the VP, simply cannot match performance levels or security features embedded in Asterisk Services’ video conferencing software. There is no limit to the number of participants in a conference and users need not even install software. They simply join conferences using their browser and their ID. It is easy to manage with a dashboard for administrators.
“Trends and our studies show that video chat and conferencing are all set to become the de-facto communication tool to serve customers, to collaborate and for training,” said the VP. “We lead this revolution with our multi-tenant video conferencing solution that enterprises with a global footprint will find ideal. Service providers too benefit by having an additional revenue stream in their portfolio.” Asterisk Service, he continued, offers full support, extreme customization and training as well as maintenance. Users simply enjoy the software and see enhanced productivity and efficiency at work.
Businesses wishing to install the multi-tenant video conferencing system may get in touch with Asterisk Service on phone 91 79 40054019, 1-303-997-3139 or chat live on https://www.asteriskservice.com/solutions/webrtc.