Zoom video chat app unveils latest products, aims to deliver ‘work anywhere’ experience
Demand for Zoom has skyrocketed over the two years of the pandemic as companies closed offices and employees had to work from home.
Distance learning and telemedicine have also boosted
Now, Zoom’s growth has slowed as in-person meetings resume and schools/universities reopen.
Zoom is now experiencing a transition year in 2022.
Alarmed by its slow user growth, the company unveiled the latest Zoom platform innovations to help businesses improve the customer and employee experience for the new ‘work n’ workforce. anywhere”.
For example, “Zoom IQ for Sales” is a conversational intelligence solution for sales professionals, as well as new
New product announcements helped Zoom’s stock zoom 8% on Wednesday.
“Following our recent launch of
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