Nefsis Video Conferencing Releases Advanced Whiteboarding Features

By Robin Wilding
Updated: February 24, 2011

Video-conferencing innovator Nefsis has turned the audio-visual world upside down with their cloud-based HD video conferencing solution that comes with collaborative tools, including whiteboard capabilities. The industry-leading solution from Nefsis is designed to offer enterprise-class business intelligence to the small-to-medium space. Their advanced collaborative features is moving AV beyond simple displays to collaborative and workable solutions.

Nefsis’ new whiteboarding feature alone will allow its HD presentations to go beyond a simple presentation into a collaborative working effort.

Nefsis offers cloud-based scalable AV solutions with their multipoint HD video conferencing, online services, productivity-based features, and collaborative tools. Their collaborative tools include whiteboarding, annotation, application and desktop sharing, document sharing, playing movie files, and electronic handouts.

The depth of Nefsis solutions has earned it a top spot amongst teleconferencing providers, especially for its not only numerous but also powerful toolset. The whiteboarding tool alone is a full multi-layer model that supports options to move, delete, create, stretch and draw, instead of being a simple raster image paint program.

The flexibility of Nefsis’ solution means portable and updatable features, unlike current fixed-feature hardware, which is why Nefsis solutions are bringing business intelligence previously unheard of in the SMB space. Their scalable solution comes with installation and setup, no initial hardware rollout costs and an overall low-cost, making it the perfect solution for smaller companies.

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