Home » Technology » Unyfy, a new Skype Room System Software, aims to simplify Skype for Business deployments using a regular Windows PC

Philadelphia, PA – Unyfy is a relative new-comer to the Skype for Business software arena providing a solution that combines Skype for Business controls with Microsoft Exchange into a dynamic control dashboard. The software retails for roughly $1,000-2,000 (depending on volume) and allows users to turn a regular windows PC into a dedicated video conferencing machine built for Skype for Business.

John McKinney, lead engineer, explains the software as “A unified approach to online meetings in a conference room setting.” McKinney explains how unlike most “Skype Room Systems,” Unyfy supports GoToMeeting, WebEX, Lync, Zoom and Skype for Business along with almost any web conferencing provider in a single user interface. “We were determined to solve the number one objection to the popular “Skype Room Systems.” The fact that they only work with Skype for Business and neglect support for the various other technologies most organizations use on a day to day basis.”

Unyfy’s initial release in 2014 was a huge success and retailers from Amazon, BnH Photo and ConferenceRoomSystems.com distribute the software worldwide. “Our free 30 day download gives customers all over the world the ability to try out the software risk free. Once they see what a regular windows PC can do with our software running… it’s really eye opening,” says McKinney.

Each quarter Unyfy releases a update to include new features supporting Skype for Business, Google Calendars, Microsoft Exchange and more. Unyfy’s product road map is publically available to share developer’s vision for the product.

Try a free download of Unyfy at: http://unifiedct.com

Learn more about the product road map here: http://www.unifiedct.com/Documentation.html

 

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Website: http://unifiedct.com

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