Teambox First to Combine Team Collaboration with HD Video Conferencing for Desktops, Mobile Devices and Tablet

Redwood City, California — June 19, 2013
New functionality allows users to easily add 25-person face-to-face video and screen sharing while collaborating in Teambox

Teambox, the cloud-based company redefining collaboration and business communications, today announced the addition of high-definition video conferencing and screen sharing. This capability, offered on desktops, mobile devices and tablets, combined with Teambox’s robust collaboration platform, enables real-time, face-to-face communication through an easy-to-use interface at no additional cost.

As more companies leverage remote workers, the need for collaboration technology is growing at an unprecedented rate. Businesses understand that face-to-face communication is extremely important, driving demand for enterprise-grade solutions. A global survey conducted by Wainhouse Research and Polycom revealed that 94 percent of enterprise users believe video conferencing increases efficiency and productivity.

However, modern, high-quality video conferencing is extremely expensive with monthly subscriptions often starting at $49 per person per month, or requiring expensive hardware. To meet the need for an easy-to-use, affordable video tool, Teambox is announcing the first video conferencing solution fully integrated within a collaboration suite.

Key features include:

  • HD face-to-face video and HD screen sharing
  • Up to 25 simultaneous participants
  • Desktop, mobile and tablet support (iOS and Android)
  • Seamless support for iCal, Outlook and Google calendar
  • No ID required to join meetings
  • Group and private text chat
  • Video recording

Pricing and Availability

Available today, Teambox Video Conferencing will be included in all Teambox free and paid accounts at no additional cost for the next 60 days. After this promotional period, video conferencing will continue to be included with paid plans.

Comments on the News

“As a CEO for a hyper-growth software company, we’ve enjoyed using Teambox to stay in sync and get more done,” said Adam Lieb, CEO of Duxter. “Our team’s distributed over two continents and the addition of Hi-Def video enables us to work closer, faster and better and adds to the overall Teambox experience.”

“I love that the screen automatically changes to whoever is talking,” commented Tina Naros, project manager at Advisors Edge Marketing. “It’s extremely easy to use.”

“Since inception, Teambox focused on helping teams get work done by providing a powerful, easy-to-use collaboration suite,” said Dan Schoenbaum, CEO of Teambox. “With today’s announcement, Teambox continues to deliver on our vision of being a one-stop platform for complete collaboration, helping companies make faster decisions, collaborate better and get things done quicker. We’re first to bring HD video conferencing to customers and will continue to pride ourselves on being a broader, better and easier collaboration platform than the competition.”

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About Teambox

Teambox is redefining communications and collaboration with a single place for shared tasks, discussions, files and now face-to-face video, making it easy for teams to stay in sync and get stuff done.
Founded in 2008, Teambox is privately held and headquartered