S-Net Communications Launches S-Net Live and Expands Its Cloud-Based Offerings
Chicago, IL – S-NET Communications, a Chicago based leader of Cloud-Based Unified Communications Solutions announced its launch of S-NET Live, a revolutionary collaboration, document and task management tool powered by Moxtra that meets the needs of an increasingly dispersed workforce.
“S-NET Live revolutionizes how teams collaborate internally and with clients”, said Alex Fayn, S-NET CEO. “With its powerful messaging and conferencing capabilities, rich multimedia annotations and digital document organization, S-NET Live empowers employees to collaborate from anywhere and any device.”
S-NET Live gives users the ability to meet, share content, and hold rich conversations from one comprehensive interface. This collaborative workspace enables users to edit and annotate a variety of documents in real time straight from the chat stream, or to record audio messages and multimedia annotations over files for future reference.
S-NET Live’s conferencing suite combines the most powerful virtual conferencing functionalities available. Anyone, S-NET Live user or not, can join a meeting with a single click and any meeting can be recorded and archived.
With its intuitive task management system, S-NET Live makes delegating and keeping track of responsibilities easier than ever. To-dos, deadlines and attached files can be easily assigned, tracked and accessed, all within the context of a team conversation.
S-NET Live comes as an addition to S-NET Communications’ UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) offering that includes cloud-based VoIP Phone Systems, Cloud Contact Centers, the S-NET Connect desktop and mobile communication application, as well as SD-WAN – a cloud-based network optimization solution that ensures robust infrastructure resources for all voice and video communications.
“With its powerful multimedia collaboration capabilities, S-NET Live augments our comprehensive UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) offering, enabling us to better meet the changing communication needs of our enterprise and SMB customers,” said Alex Fayn, CEO.