Team on the Run offers an incredibly complete and advanced feature list for only $2-4-6-10 each month per user.
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Security shouldn’t trump efficiency when it comes to corporate communication. Team on the Run is a cloud-based solution that tackles both issues head on, providing business teams with a reliable, private, company-branded messenger that remote workers can use to communicate with headquarters in real-time.
A robust and scalable mobile messaging application, Team on the Run was designed for businesses of all sizes. From five-person wedding planning agencies to private organizations with 10,000 or more employees, Team on the Run is a reliable and convenient tool that saves organizations time, money, and space. In addition to secure mobile messaging, Team on the Run also offers mobile corporate directories, ECM support and cloud storage access, web chat, and VoIP/walkie-talkie capabilities.
Team on the Run offers a way for businesses of all sizes, and across all industries, to engage in secure, private, and immediate communications. Professionals who use Team on the Run are able to exchange confidential information through mobile messaging, without the risk of security being breached. Team on the Run offers state-of-the-art encryption, along with an on-premise offering that makes communication security even tighter for larger corporations with advanced privacy needs.
As far as benefits are concerned, Team on the Run has been shown to save businesses money, time, and space. The application eliminates roaming costs on calls and messages, and it enables employees to connect with their homes offices on flights and from remote locations that do not have access to 3G or 4G networks. At the same time, Team on the Run also decreases the time it takes remote workers to hear back from headquarters, bringing average response times down from 90 minutes to just 90 seconds.
Team on the Run offers a way for remote workers to communicate with headquarters in real-time using both mobile and desktop devices. Communication is secure, thanks Team on the Run’s state-of-the-art encryption technology and dedicated servers.
Give your employees access to a company-branded Team on the Run messaging platform that they can use on their smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers. When they’re working in the field, employees can pick up their mobile devices to communicate with the home office. You can also define users and business groups, which allows you, as the manager, to decide who can talk to whom through the mobile messaging platform.
The walkie-talkie, or push-to-talk option, is available for groups, as well as one-on-one. With this feature, users can call each other over WiFi and speak through Team on the Run’s application in real-time. Users have the option to broadcast their messages to one or many members of their groups.
Start using your smartphone more efficiently by taking advantage of Team on the Run’s walkie-talkie feature. By managing calls over WiFi, you can eliminate the roaming costs that often accrue when you discuss issues over unsecure 3G or 4G networks.
Private corporate directories — also known as phone books or contact lists — can be setup to include basic employee information, such as full names and roles, along with updated email and phone numbers for each person in an office. Within corporate directories, managers can also look up which groups or departments individual employees belong to. Updates sync across corporate directories in real-time, and contact information is always made accessible 24/7.
Corporate directories are made available to all Team on the Run users automatically. Corporate directories are always separated from personal directories. As a user, you can access your corporate directory from within the Team on the Run mobile app or desktop app. Meanwhile, any private contacts you’ve saved in your smartphone contact list will be kept separate from business contacts.
Conversation lists may include both one-on-one conversations, as well as group chats. These lists are accessible through a user’s mobile device and through Team on the Run’s desktop app.
Through a conversation list, you’ll be able to see the message reception per recipient and whether a recipient failed to receive a specific message. Rather than sending long explanations via email, you can securely send images, audio files, or video clips through Team on the Run. Team on the Run provides up to three months of free storage for information that has been sent or receive on the mobile client.
Team on the Run offers ECM (electronic content management) support, along with cloud storage access. Users are able to access corporate documents that have been saved in the cloud from any connected device—both mobile and desktop. Team on the Run supports Word, PDF, PPT, and many other file types.
Start sending your corporate files through Team on the Run. Those documents will be saved in the cloud or via an electronic management system (EMS). Documents can also be hosted on cloud storage services, such as DropBox or Google Drive.
Team on the Run integrates with many cloud storage services (including DropBox and Google Drive) and electronic management systems (such as Alfresco).
Team on the Run is available for free for up to five users. For additional users, Team on the Run offers a monthly cost per user of $3. Team on the Run is free for the first three months of service, with no credit card required.
An additional pricing model is reserved for network operators and companies with increased sizes and strict security requirements. Team on the Run provides the option of purchasing the entire platform as a white label turn-key communications tool, which companies can brand as their own and offer as a service to their end users.