Enter future of virtual workspace with ‘chai pe charcha’ by IceWarp
A specially carved chat session for IceWarp’s Customers
New Delhi: With a nationwide lockdown in action due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the requirement for a state-of-the-art collaboration tool has become the current need of the hour, not just integrating it but getting to know its benefits and implementation. IceWarp, a global Email and Collaboration solutions provider has come up with a tailor-made session for its Customers called "IceWarp's Chai Pe Charcha" on its new version 12.3 "Deep Castle”.
With this drive, IceWarp is not only taking this opportunity to e-meet the Customers but also bringing an opportunity, to exchange thoughts over the personalized webinar. Unlike any other webinar IceWarp aims to make ‘Chai Pe Charcha’ a conversational, knowledge-sharing, and learning exchange. Furthermore, this will inculcate support to the Customers by training and helping them with the best alternatives, understanding of tools and also organizing sessions on remote working.
Readily available for Customers Gen 1, Deep Castle is ushering in a new era for IceWarp. As the first step towards a deeply interconnected future, Deep Castle Gen 1 allows one to collaborate in real-time for documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with colleagues across the world. In addition, it enables the users to get access to a beta version of the new video-calling feature. It further integrates video calls into Team Chats; adding WebFlow integrations with 3rd party services enhancing security capabilities.
Pramod Sharda, CEO - IceWarp India & Middle East commented, “We at IceWarp believe our latest offering is one of the most important versions as it addresses the critical features that have been under demand from our Customers. With an initiative like ‘Chai Pe Charcha”, now we can connect and discuss with our Customers the efficiency of new-age office tools that can boost their business productivity and even profits. And how it mitigates for organizations to enable seamless working experience for their employees even in a remote work scenario.”