Mr. Kenneth Ntulume; Ugandan Techpreneur and Founder of Glamour Technology has today launched a video conferencing platform, Collaborate Space; a digital application with a full suite of audio, video, and meeting tools in a persistent space — offering Ugandans a unified virtual meeting cloud place.
The launch of Collaborate Space comes at a time the country is fighting the COVID-19 a virus that was declared pandemic. With the growing need to social distance and work from home, Collaborate Space is a timely product for the Ugandan market including; Churches, Schools, Ministries, Government Parastatals, Businesses, among others.
The platform is available in three mode; Collaborate Space Basic, Collaborate Space Pro, and Collaborate Space Enterprise.
“With our Collaborate Space product line, we are offering a variety of options from Collaborate Space Basic, Pro, and Enterprise,” said Mr. Ntulume in a press statement.
The Basic version includes virtual meeting rooms of 1 to 10 hosts with all basic features, phone dial-out, access to messages, and the ability to join meetings. While the Pro version offers all basic functions and includes; a shared SIP/H.323 gateway license, 5GB of cloud storage, access to messages, the ability to join meetings, 150 dial-out minutes, admin portal with 5, 10, 25, 50 or 100 host licenses.
The Collaborate Space Enterprise offers both functions in basic and pro but packages containing 25, 50 or 100 host licenses.
Mr.Ntulume also noted that in-line with the product, Collaborate Space classroom not only uptakes up to 100 participants in any call but also counts for additional participants added to any classroom in increments of 100s. A moderator control over all participant audio & video and interactive Q&A participation with a hand raise capability. For instance worship centers can have up-to 1000 worshipers.
With Collaborate Space, companies can connect hundreds of users with unifying messaging, calling and meetings for cloud collaboration via a virtual video conference platform.
It is therefore important for Ugandan businesses and organization’s to increasingly adapt to a technology-driven marketplace. It is also critical to keep up with the latest innovative solutions to make the most of our time, investments and keep our businesses moving forward.
Glamour Technology’s has ensured that all Collaborate Space data is stored securely, with data centers around the world, you get access to the safer, convenient and cost-friendly technology you need to provide your business with a competitive advantage today.
Notably, Huawei on Thursday evening donated video conferencing ICT equipment to the Ministry of Health, to assist in the battle against the COVID-19. The solution/equipment was formally received by the Minister of Health; Hon. Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng.
President Museveni appreciated their support as well as appreciate support from all stakeholders like Glamour Technology that are fighting to stop the COVID-19 pandemic ensues.