Alternative products to Cliq

6 alternative and related products to Cliq

Cliq

Simple and easy to use chat, video and voice calls for teams

Cliq is a simple and easy to use team collaboration software😎 It includes all-in-one chat, bots, voice and video for increased business productivity ✌

We don't claim to disrupt the way you work but we are motivated by something far simpler: to make collaboration a bit more humane through task automation through commands, integrations and bots 😬

6 Alternatives to Cliq

Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

Zoom is a powerful online meeting tool for large, distributed teams.

Recommendations
Derek J. Sine
Derek J. Sine- Managing Director, Vander Group.
Zoom has legit integrations with Google Calendar + native features across Desktop/Mobile devices.
Tejas Kinger
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
I'd pick Zoom.us for remote 1-1 meetings. Infinitely better than Skype, Hangouts or GoToMeeting.
Kesava Mandiga
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Zoom is full-featured video chat/conferencing solution for individuals AND teams. Solid performance, available on multiple platforms, and easy to use. It's free for personal use but there are pricing plans for businesses. :)
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Zoom, the developer of video conferencing software, plans to list its shares on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "ZM" at between $33 and $35 apiece, per an updated S-1 filing. The company has also announced plans to sell $100 million in Class A shares to Salesforce Ventures at the initial public offering price.
TechCrunch
Zoom, the video conferencing startup valued at $1 billion in early 2017, has filed to go public on the Nasdaq as soon as next month. The company joins a growing list of tech unicorns making the leap to the public markets in 2019, but it stands out for one very important reason: It's actually profitable.
Forbes
What is an entrepreneur to do when he starts a company, sells it to a giant, then suffers as the new parent spoils the child? If you're Eric Yuen you leave Cisco Systems and start Zoom -- a fast-growing Sequoia-backed videoconferencing startup
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Zoom, the cloud video conferencing service, announced a $100 million Series D round, entirely funded by Sequoia. The company now boasts a $1 billion valuation, putting it in the vaunted unicorn club. It also announced a significant update to the product that includes the ability for customers and third parties to build applications on top of the Zoom platfor… See more
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