HarQen Unveils HarQen Symposia
Allowing users to deliver the conference call of the future, HarQen Inc., has announced the immediate availability of HarQen Symposia.
In the proper business context, conversations are forever accessible, interactive, and useful for specific business purposes with Symposia. Customer communication can be conducted and accessed in CRM (Customer Relationship Management) applications and job candidates can be interviewed and archived right in the ATS (Applicant Tracking System) environment. Enabling businesses to gain critical insights into their performance, Symposia provides an in-depth set of analytics in addition, the company stated in a press release.
“Symposia lets communication services deliver an entirely new level of value for their customers,” said HarQen’s Jeff Fitzsimmons, co-founder and VP of product development. “Why are we sending our top resources into meetings to share their valuable ideas and then throwing them all away when the meetings are over? Since we focus mainly on collaboration and activity-based organizations, Symposia is equally valuable in any language.”
Sustaining long after the conference call, meeting, webinar or presentation has ended, Symposia is a cloud-based collaboration offering that dynamically transforms any conversation into an interactive synopsis.
Making Symposia compatible with applications and business environments such as collaboration and telecom service providers, Salesforce.com, SAP, and Oracle, Symposia’s hosted voice management platform and API enables the configuration and deployment of enterprise grade, white-label solutions, the company has stated.
The company has reached Series B funding, having raised $7,700,000 to date. HarQen’s application has an HR solution, Voice Advantage, that lets busy professionals use their phone and a simple Web-based dashboard to create and distribute custom, recorded phone interviews.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell