Zoom alternatives: Here are the Indian startups taking on the popular video conferencing app
On 13 April, India's central government initiated a challenge to find alternatives to current video conferencing applications. Most of the participating teams / enterprises are already in their application prototyping phase.
By: We Conference
Here is our look at the most interesting solutions to emerge as a result of MeitY's
Say Namaste is a video conferencing software developed by a team of 50 developers working at the Mumbai-based company, Inscripts. Within two days of its initial launch, the online platform had garnered 500,000 users, as per the company's spokesperson.
Consolidating its leadership position as an enabler of remote working ecosystems, CloudConnect Communications, India's first fully regulatory compliant mobile-first virtual network operator, has launched WeConference (https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, several companies have transitioned to remote working models, and are increasingly relying on video conferencing solutions to connect their teams and ensure business continuity. Incepted and nurtured in India, CloudConnect Communications offers a homegrown solution that is both technologically sound and extremely secure.
Floor, by 10Times,
Floor is a video conferencing solution (https://www.weconference.in/
KL Meet, by KnowledgeLens,
KL Meet is a Bangalore-based solution, aiming to integrate big data, AI and IoT functionalities into its video conferencing solution. Having already worked on a video conferencing project for the Central Pollution Control Board, the company decided to scale its solution to a customisable, secure, cost-effective option for hosting meetings and conferences.