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San Jose based Prysm helping clients define new way of working; honcho Amit Jain explains how

December 8, 2016 | Telepresence Options


Story and images by Sudhir Chowdhary / Financial Express

San Jose, California-based Prysm is helping enterprises define a new way of work. One where applications, content, video conferencing and the web can all be easily combined into a visual workspace where teams can create, edit and share. These interactive workspaces are stored in the cloud and available on any sized screen, says Amit Jain, president and CEO, Prysm. Before founding Prysm, Jain was CEO of Bigbear Network and co-founder and CEO of Versatile Optical Networks, which was acquired by Vitesse Semiconductor. According to Jain, GE has chosen Prysm technology to spark team innovation and collaboration within the company. Prysm had launched its services in India last year, and since then has conducted about a dozen customer implementations across large enterprises, he tells Sudhir Chowdhary in a recent interaction. Excerpts:

How do you see the Indian market for a virtual workplace solution?

We have progressed many folds from the days of plain vanilla video conferencing to high-end conferencing solutions which are more collaborative and provide a richer experience to users. However, with the demand for anytime, anywhere connectivity increasing and a large number of employees working out of office, there is need for much more today. So the next wave of growth in the enterprise collaboration and employee productivity space will come from innovation of a different level altogether. This is where the concept of virtual workplace comes into the picture. It can help teams across the globe to create, share and save projects by combining apps, content, video and the web.

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