To join a meeting, just click the link in your invite and LoopUp calls you – as simple as that. And it’s one more click to share your screen or add video for more engaged meetings. Create invites directly from Outlook, from your mobile or from your LoopUp account. No training required, and no downloads for guests to join a meeting.
For too long, enterprises have had to choose between the potential of collaboration software and the simplicity and reliability of traditional audio conference call providers. LoopUp combines the best of both worlds, transforming your important business meetings.
One-click screen sharing and video for more engaged meetings - visibility, security and control on all your calls
And by really, we mean ‘really’. No training required, and no downloads for guests
Click the join link and LoopUp calls your phone - always over tier-1 managed networks and never over the public internet
Over 7,000 organizations around the world trust LoopUp as their conference call service – from major multinationals to fast-growing SMEs, public sector bodies and professional services firms, including 20 of the top-100 global law firms.
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