Rumpus provides virtual teams with the means to share screens all together all at once. It gives you the tools room to be expressive, to be yourself, to be human. And it works alongside whatever audio and video conferencing apps you already use.
Think about how your audio and video conference calls could be better. Would it be better if you could really see what he/she is pointing at or talking about? Or stream your screen too so that everyone can click over to see your data point? Or react in real time without disrupting the conversation flow of the group call? Or have the confidence that you and your collaborators are understanding the whole picture?
With Rumpus, everyone can come together with the stuff they’re working on from wherever they are, share screens simultaneously (without disrupting each other’s ability to share!) and use some new tools for those social cues that are missing from most online meetings. This is going to help you and your team advance the conversation, be more productive, and arrive at more informed outcomes. Rumpus provides a kind of synchronicity in online meetings that is impossible to get most any other way.
You don’t even need to switch conference call service providers to use Rumpus. Basically, you can just BYOB to Rumpus: bring your own bridge. (Bridge is a geeky term from the unified communications industry that simply means a conference call connection between several locations.) Some people already have preferred conferencing suppliers for connecting to far-flung colleagues in real time. Maybe you do, too? Hundreds exist to help you make a connection from vendors like Zoom, Webex, BlueJeans, and even audio-only services like FreeConference.com.
What these common solutions lack is easy and simultaneous content-sharing capabilities, or the added layer of focus and sociability. Starting today you can use Rumpus to make all of those regular conference calls and online meetings more content-rich, productive, and dare we say: fun.
So let’s get to Rumpusing.