WeWork India, a provider of flexible workspaces, disclosed on Thursday that it has made its first investment in Bengaluru-based Zoapi, a conferencing platform.
A wireless screen-sharing, video conferencing, online calendar, and room scheduler are all combined by the SaaS solution provider to satisfy meeting room needs.
Since it was created as an open platform, Zoapi is compatible with a wide range of video conferencing tools and collaboration programmes, including Zoom, MS Teams, Skype, Google Meet, Webex, and Polycom, as per reported by The Economic Times.
“Businesses are increasingly looking for a blend of physical and virtual work experience, and innovative technologies such as Zoapi have become central to this. From an adoption perspective, it is affordable and compatible with numerous video conferencing platforms and devices. With its unique capabilities, this homegrown product has the potential to grow into a global player, implemented across all industries,” said Karan Virwani, CEO, WeWork India.
In August 2019, Prashanth NS and Chaitanya Vasantarao founded Zoapi together in Bengaluru. Zoapi is a part of the Intel IoT Solution partnership.
“We are excited to partner with WeWork India, as it’s an excellent opportunity to implement our product at scale. Over the years, our strategic partnership with WeWork India has generated insightful data about user consumption patterns and needs. We believe that we can globally power conferences and meeting rooms, with our SaaS solution, enabling stakeholders to have effective meetings.” added Prashanth NS, cofounder & CEO, Zoapi Innovations.
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Zoapi Innovations Private Limited is company building enterprise collaboration solutions. Zoapi is headquartered in Bengaluru, India.