Unify has claimed at an event recently that it has defined and now delivered a completely new category of technology for the way people and companies will work moving forward. Combining art and science to revolutionise collaboration, Unify has created Circuit, previously known as Project Ansible. Circuit operates from a single-pane-of-glass that brings together voice, video, screen sharing, messaging, and file sharing. Circuit removes the burden of app switching from people so they can focus on connecting, innovating and collaborating. It is a platform that stores and manages information through associations and conversations.
“No other enterprise vendor has approached the challenge of work and productivity like Unify,” said Dean Douglas, CEO at Unify. “We thought about people first as we set out to study the problems of work today. How do we help people feel good about their work experience, when do they feel most connected, valued and productive. We created an experience that mimics the brain, and naturally transforms the collaborative process, and teamwork. Simply put, we’ve enabled a New Way to Work that is about people first – that is our passion. With our focus on making work more enjoyable we know it leads to more productivity, which makes people happier and then enables them to create greater value for our customer—the enterprise.”
First debuted to wide acclaim from customers and analysts in June 2013 and designed in collaboration with frog, Circuit empowers teams to engage in rich and meaningful conversations across virtually any communications channel or device resulting in dramatically improved team productivity.
“Circuit is a great example of how work technology should work and how we as users want it to work,” said Stowe Boyd, Research Lead at GigaOm. “Circuit’s user experience is based on a deep understanding of how today’s teams want to connect, communicate and work together on a daily basis.”
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