|By Marketwired .||
|June 19, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
HICKSVILLE, NY--(Marketwired - June 19, 2014) - myVRM, a leading supplier of scheduling and workflow automation software, today announced that their software, which includes modules that automatically schedule and launch calls, has been demonstrated to interoperate with the latest solutions from Polycom, Inc., a global leader in open standards-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C).
The myVRM platform works seamlessly with Polycom's video infrastructure, management systems and endpoints, providing users with a single scheduling system that provides workflow automation for managing video, face-to-face meetings, resources, and services across the enterprise. Along with managing UC&C resource scheduling, users can schedule other room bookings, hot desks, catering, audio-visual services, facilities services, and notify security of outside guests. Users can schedule these resources using any of the myVRM interfaces: Web Portal, Outlook add-in, Outlook/ Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes, iOS, Android, or via an iControl panel.
Because myVRM has satisfied Polycom's extensive interoperability requirements to include testing against an exhaustive test plan, they can brand their software as Polycom Ready. All Polycom Ready solutions, including end-user devices, network devices, and software applications, are tested for interoperability with Polycom products and applications.
"We're pleased and excited to bring to market a much-needed solution to enable users to leverage the power of Polycom by providing a single solution for scheduling video conferences along with all other aspects of meeting and collaboration support," said Larry Roher, myVRM Founder and Chief Visionary. "The Polycom Ready designation assures customers that they can confidently deploy myVRM within their Polycom UC&C infrastructure environment."
"myVRM is a powerful resource scheduling tool that enhances Polycom's UC&C solutions. It enables customers to integrate UC&C scheduling with other scheduling and workflow requirements and automatically launch calls. myVRM has been tested and certified to deliver reliable interoperability and has earned the Polycom Ready badge," said Tim O'Neil, Director of Polycom Developer and Technology Partner Programs. "Together, we're delivering solutions that enable higher productivity while transforming businesses in the process."
Polycom Technology Partners are committed to teaming with Polycom to improve the customer experience by adding unique value to Polycom solutions and solving customer business challenges. As a Premier Polycom Technology Partner, myVRM collaborates with Polycom to develop unique, customer-focused solutions that collectively broaden the portfolio offerings of myVRM, Polycom, and the nearly 7,000 members of the Polycom Partner Network.
myVRM, headquartered in Hicksville, NY, is a leading supplier of scheduling and workflow automation software with operations in the United States, United Kingdom and India. myVRM was founded on the principle that organizations deserve a more effective way to manage meetings and resources that result in reduced costs and increased productivity. myVRM combines resource scheduling with automated video and audio call launching into one integrated, easy-to-use solution. For more information, visit myVRM online at www.myvrm.com or email at [email protected].
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