DENVER, Oct. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ReadyTalk, a leading provider of online conferencing and webinar services, today opened a public beta program for its new FoxDen collaboration platform and brand. FoxDen provides high-quality video and audio collaboration that can be launched in a matter of seconds from a Chrome browser or any Android or iOS device.
"Online collaboration should not be a common cause of frustration for business professionals, yet for some reason we have all resigned to using these complex, error-prone methods for meeting via the Web," said David Chao, vice president of marketing and product strategy, ReadyTalk. "We believe asking someone to join you online should be as simple as inviting them over to your house."
Each FoxDen user owns an exclusive collaboration room, or "den." The den is accessible via a reusable personal hyperlink, which can be quickly distributed to up to 10 concurrent participants. Users simply click and join. To register for the free beta and secure a collaborative space for a team, visit: www.foxden.io.
As millennials become the largest set of professionals influencing the Future of Work, ReadyTalk is committed to delivering solutions for a dispersed, always-on workforce. FoxDen was developed with a mobile-first mentality, preventing any iOS or Android device from consuming extensive amounts of data and battery life when a user is unable to connect to a reliable Wi-Fi network or power source.
FoxDen was built on WebRTC, an open project that enables high-quality real-time communications (RTC) applications to be developed for browsers, mobile platforms and IoT devices, all communicating via a common set of protocols. Because of the flexibility of WebRTC, the FoxDen team can move and iterate quickly, with fresh features being introduced nearly every week that allow users to experiment and provide real-time feedback.
"We're excited to take the reliability and ease of use that are associated with traditional ReadyTalk solutions and extend them to a lighter, nimbler and more modernized environment," continued Chao. "We've put in significant market research on today's evolving businessperson and think the simplicity and style of FoxDen is representative of the role of intelligent access in today's workforce."
ReadyTalk delivers audio and web conferencing services that inspire collaboration and enable the Future of Work for today's increasingly digital and mobile workforce. By combining intuitive, innovative technology with unmatched customer service, ReadyTalk provides a seamless collaboration experience for anyone, across any device, platform or location. Everything you need, anywhere you are, for before, during and after your online event. ReadyTalk is headquartered in Denver, CO and was founded in 2001.
Aaron Motsinger for ReadyTalk