WebRTC world creates a comprehensive list of best browser and webRTC based business video call solutions providers and not surprisingly 1Click.io got a place in the list.
Preview:Although it may take you two clicks if you have to create a new account, 1Click enables users to quickly join in on browser-based video calls. They can either join a scheduled meeting if they know the name of an existing conference room, or schedule a new meeting and create a new room. There is also chat functionality, the ability to record videos and calls, and you can email an invite or just copy the URL of the room to share
The Hindu terms 1Click, a browser and WebRTC based business video call service provider as Skype of Small businesses, but we disagree. We are equally good and worthy for medium and large businesses As well.
Preview:Business conversations in high-definition video over the Internet have been around for a while now, but beyond the reach of small and medium businesses.
Bangalore-based TurtleYogi Technologies, which owns and operates 1Click.io, a cloud-based video infrastructure product and browser based business video call solutions provider, has raised a round of seed-stage funding from a consortium of investors led by early-stage venture capital firm Blume Ventures
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In a market like India, this could work very well. Say for instance, you want to video conference with a candidate you are interviewing for a job. With 1Click, all you need to do is send them an invite on e-mail. By clicking on the mail, the candidate is placed directly into the conference within the browser.
WebRTC based video infrastructure startup TurtleYogi Technologies Pvt Ltd, which runs 1Click, a cloud-based video infrastructure product and browser based business video call solutions provider, has raised a seed round of investment led by Blume Ventures, Shead Holdings (US-based micro venture capital firm), R Narayanan (member Chennai Angels), along with Google Singapore executive Rahul Garg. The browser based video calling solution for business is actively replacing other prominent solutions in the market
1Click.io a cloud-based video infrastructure product and browser based business video call solutions provider, owned by Turtle Yogi Technologies has raised R1.6-R2.2 Cr in seed funding round from Blume Ventures, Shead Holdings, Rahul Garg an executive of Google (Singapore) and Chennai Angels member R Narayanan, according to ET.
Bangalore-based Turtle Yogi Technologies Pvt Ltd, the company behind 1Click.io, a cloud-based video infrastructure product for enterprises, has secured a seed round of funding led by Blume Ventures, according to its website
Video calling company Turtle Yogi Technologies which owns 1Click, a cloud-based video infrastructure product and browser based business video call solutions provider, has raised between $250,000 (Rs 1.6 crore) and $350,000 (Rs 2.2 crore) in seed funding from a consortium of investors led by Blume Ventures, reports Economic Times. The company will use the funds raised to increase B2B sales and expand its product offering.