Thanks to this fully integrated mobile banking solution from Thrupoint, Cisco and Syngrafii that lights up mobile banking applications with embedded video chat, contextual routing to the contact center with IVR by-pass, and remote pen & ink signature, banks can deliver a customer-centric experience across multiple channels to guide the user from the initial interaction phase all the way to deal closure.
The team of Cisco, Thrupoint and Syngrafii thank those that voted for us at the 7th Annual Mobile Banking and Commerce Summit this week in Miami, FL. We were voted audience favorite with a solution and demo developed using the Thrupoint Fusion Web Gateway with our Client SDKs. Utilizing WebRTC along with Native iOS and [...]
Delivers Seamless Collaboration Experiences across Applications, Users and Endpoints ORLANDO, Fla., March 18, 2013 Thrupoint, a recognized leader in WebRTC innovation to enable mobile and Web-based business applications with real time communications, today announced the release of disruptive collaboration solutions that open up new ways for enterprises to engage with customers. As an example, a [...]
The Thrupoint team is prepped and ready to go for Enterprise Connect 13 in Orlando next week. We have a lot of great things going on and cannot wait to show off our latest products and demonstrations of what our Fusion Web products can enable within the enterprise. If you are looking for us we [...]
Last night, working away in the small hours as normal, a tweet popped up telling me that one of the things I had been waiting for with respect to WebRTC had finally happened – Chrome Beta M26 on Android now has the flags to enable WebRTC on the mobile browser. Trying to stay calm I [...]
As WebRTC buzz continues to heat up (have you read all the news coming out of Mobile World Congress??!) we at Thrupoint continue to work on bringing this innovative new technology to the enterprise and allow for rapid B2X collaboration application development. One of the areas we have been putting a lot of effort is [...]
The enterprise business case for WebRTC may be far more compelling than SIP, VoIP or UC, thanks to the potential for seamless collaboration within business applications and BYOD endpoints with no added client or plugin.
We just posted our latest video to Youtube with a tutorial on developing iOS applications for Apple iPad and iPhone devices with our Fusion Client SDK. Watch the video below and contact us today if you would like more information.
Application sharing has been around a long time now. Most people have used it in one way or another, whether it’s showing a presentation remotely to a customer or helping out friends and relations with their computer problems via remote control. The approach normally taken is to share out your complete desktop and send updates [...]
Well, WebRTC coverage certainly is heating up isn’t it? As WebRTC hits the production browsers and it get into the hands of web developers everywhere we’re seeing more and more sites reporting on it. “Web developers can now create fully featured video phones right in the browser!” we hear them cry – well yes they [...]