DisplayNote has announced that Launcher, its popular call and app launcher for meeting rooms, has achieved a 100% year-on-year increase in sales. This significant growth reflects the evolving nature of hybrid working and the increased demand for remote collaboration and video conferencing interoperability.
Launcher works with Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Webex, BlueJeans, GoToMeeting, and Google Meet – meaning companies aren’t vendor locked into one UC vendor when it comes to starting calls in meeting spaces.
The Northern Irish company has experienced great success with the call and app Launcher across both the public and private sectors. The product is currently used by the likes of Etsy, Johnson and Johnson, WHO, and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, to improve communications and create a better meeting room experience for all staff.
“We’re seeing more demand for flexibility and accessibility in the meeting spaces,” comments Ed Morgan, DisplayNote’s COO. “Employees became familiar with launching calls from lots of different providers from their laptops during the pandemic, and they want the same experience now they’re back in the office. As a result, organisations are thinking seriously about how they can facilitate a better employee experience in these spaces, without compromising on security – and Launcher helps them achieve this.”
To support this demand, DisplayNote has also developed a new Partnership Programme to provide Channel Partners with a valuable package of benefits and resources. New partners will be joining DisplayNote’s list of existing OEM partners, which includes global brands like Dell, Avocor, Lifesize, Magewell, and Clevertouch.