Kaptivo Introduces a New Product for Live Whiteboard Sharing in Corporate Environments: Kaptivo Enterprise

Kaptivo Enterprise

Kaptivo, the leader in advanced collaboration technology, today announced Kaptivo Enterprise, a new flagship product specifically designed to provide live whiteboard sharing within the corporate meeting rooms, breakout rooms, and huddle rooms found in today’s most dynamic corporate workspaces. The product joins the original Kaptivo Office product, which will continue to be available for the SME & SOHO marketplaces.

Kaptivo Enterprise will be available October 2017 at MSRP $699 plus an annual subscription service of $300. The product will be sold through AV VAR channels as a Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) device and encompass a host of advanced enterprise level asset management features and the option of on-premise hosting. As part of the annual subscription services, there will also be increased functionality for remote meeting users and video conference attendees. Kaptivo Office introductory price period will end on Sept 1st 2017 reverting to its original MSRP of $499. This product will continue to use a Wi-Fi only connection and be sold through established on-line channels such as Amazon and Staples.

Kaptivo transforms any standard dry-erase whiteboard into an online collaboration tool. The device is a connected micro-optical camera and advanced processor housed in a stylish design that sits above any whiteboard. Whiteboards can be shared in seconds to anyone in the world via the browser-based Kaptivo client and are securely saved in the cloud with every change.

Kaptivo expands the visual communication of remote individuals who participate in online meetings more effectively than ever before.  Kaptivo was developed to help address the challenges faced with maintaining constructive collaboration with remote meeting participants especially during video conference calls.

“Enterprises are incorporating whiteboards in ever greater numbers into project rooms, training rooms or classrooms to allow individuals to brainstorm, communicate their thoughts and share ideas with others,” said Nic Lawrence, CEO and Co-Founder of Kaptivo. “With more and more attendees to meetings being remote there needs to be a way of sharing this information and ideation in real time with all meeting attendees. Although…

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