EventBoard Joins Google for Work & Announces Tablet Support


EventBoard is a company who specializes in making meetings more productive. This is largely achieved through the company's analytics research which looks to identify trends and behaviors associated with conferencing, as well as their suite of cloud-based tools which generally look to improve the productivity of meetings. Now, in an attempt to bring their services to more conference and meeting rooms, the company has announced its commitment to Google and Android. In a press release sent out by EventBoard, the company is first confirming that they are now joining as a partner to the Google for Work program. As a result, Google for Work customers will be able to make use of EventBoard's analytical and meeting management tools.

In addition, EventBoard has also confirmed that they are in the process of expanding their mobile presence by introducing a new Android app which is specifically designed for use on Android tablets. Although the tablet market is largely considered to be one which is subsiding at the consumer level, it is commonly understood that the business sector represents a significant portion of the tablet market overall and is a market which is expected to grow further. As a result, the launching of a new Android tablet app for the business sector will offer business customers the ability to make use of much of the same features and tools, but in app form. Omitting the need to have to rely on the web version completely. Not to mention, the app is able to be deployed by an admin terminal to all employees in one sweep, without employees or individual devices needing to have the app added manually.

In terms of the app, it has yet to be released but EventBoard does not that it is due to become available soon. The app will firstly become available in a beta form and those interested in testing the app out can sign up to be notified when the app becomes available. To find out more about the expanding of EventBoard to Google of Work or to sign up for the newly introduced Android tablet app, head through the source link below.

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