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This Austin Company Is the Google Analytics of Video Conferencing
Pictured from left to right is Andrew Chen, Rick Leung, Alfredo Ramirez and Ivan Montoya from the Vyopta executive team. (courtesy image)
With the number of people working from home steadily rising and the percentage of work being done via video conferences and other collaboration platforms climbing, the performance of those communication systems is more important than ever.
And almost everyone working in tech can recall a time when their conference call or video call quality got so low that it was more of a distraction than a convenience. While many of us can manage through a poor connection or a few software glitches, quality is becoming more important as video connections begin playing bigger roles remote healthcare, education and communications with clients and consumers.
That's why Vyopta, an Austin-based startup, is taking on venture capital for the first time, adding advisors and working to become something like a Google Analytics platform to monitor and analyze video conferences and other collaboration platforms.
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