Video app mmhmm, which markets itself as a more compelling and fun way to communicate via videoconferencing, recently announced a new business tier of service for enterprise users and a Windows open beta.
In two separate blog posts last week, the company outlined the new offerings and bundled packages as the company looks to make more inroads with enterprises as they continue to use videoconferencing services at length with remote work not going away anytime soon.
The company’s enterprise-focused package is called mmhmm Business, which is designed to help organizations make conduct better Zoom calls and make meetings and presentations less dreadful.
The business tier allows organizations to manage multiple mmhmm accounts and subscriptions in one place. Features include easy account controls, creative service and a simple pricing plan that includes annual or monthly subscriptions.
According to the company, organizations will only have to pay for active users. Per the blog post, customers of this business plan include Sequoia, Boston University, Cisco, Axel Springer Porsche APX and Shine Bootcamp.
Subscriptions start at $8.33 per month.
The company also announced that it is opening its Windows beta to everyone. All Windows users can choose from various virtual backgrounds and import presentations from PowerPoint, Keynote and PDF files and more.
Other improvements include better presenter frames and improved app performance and stability.
Coupled with the business plan, organizations with both Windows and Mac users can manage accounts under a single admin account.
According to the company’s website, customers can connect instantly to Zoom and Google Meet, and the platform integrates with the web apps for Microsoft Teams, Webex, Slack and others. The platform helps make video meetings more creative with virtual backgrounds, slides and other visual effects in a bid to reduce videoconferencing fatigue that has set in as a result of remote work.