Start all video calls with one-click from Cisco and Polycom endpoints. Dial-in support to all other endpoints. Calendar invitation get a custom link to click
Send alerts or take action on no-show in meeting rooms. Configure auto-release of ghost meetings
FORWARD TO VIDEO ROOMS
Forward incoming invitations (from Skype / Teams , WebEx, Spark, Hangouts, Zoom, StarLeaf and other VMR providers) to meeting rooms
Schedule with no plug-ins
Schedule online meetings with no plug-ins. Schedule video conferences natively in Outlook/ O365 and Google Calendar/ G Suite
Synergy JOIN provides a simple and user-friendly method to schedule and start video meetings. Users can book video conferences in Outlook or Google Calendar without plug-ins and join with ‘one-click’ from a video conferencing system, desktop and mobile regardless of vendor.
Rich vendor support gives the most robust, scalable and flexible scheduling workflow system on the market
NEW. With Synergy JOIN 4.0 we utilize sensor data for no-show detection and more from Synergy of Things
Synergy JOIN 4.0 has integration with more vendors than any other comparable solution to make ALL meetings frictionless. Because you never know what tomorrow brings and who you need to talk to. Synergy SKY has no strings attached to vendors and are 100% dedicated to fix your meeting
Join meetings with the push of a button!
Synergy JOIN has a server-side integration to your email/calendaring platform, MCU/GW and video endpoints. When installed, it’s totally hidden for the user, who can schedule meetings natively in their calendar and join by one-click from anywhere - just like magic!
Save time in every step
1) Scheduling: Finding the right room and video platform can be difficult. With JOIN, you only need to know whom to meet and a keyword like “video”
2) Joining: All attendees, both internal and external, get a custom and intuitive e-mail invitation with a green button. Video endpoints get a green button lit up on the touchscreen
3) Ending: Meetings can drag out. With JOIN, you get 'end of conference' warnings