SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Video Conferencing industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 3 VC funded SaaS startups in the Video Conferencing industry.
Bevy is a SaaS platform for virtual conferences and community events that is designed for businesses. It uses a range of tools to organize, publicize, and carry out online conferences and neighborhood events. The platform is an adaptable piece of software that can be used to organize and host countless varieties of virtual events. The Bevy platform is utilized by a variety of commercial, consumer, and educational organizations that want to create virtual events and transform them into flourishing worldwide communities since it was built with enterprise-level analytics, connectors, and data protection. Community and field marketing teams may enable local brand evangelists all around the world to create tiny local communities that collectively give reach and scalability thanks to a robust permissions system and webcasting capabilities. The business was established in 2017 and has its corporate headquarters in Palo Alto, California.
CometChat gives developers the ability to easily integrate text chat, phone and video calling, and conferencing into their websites and applications across a variety of sectors, including telemedicine, virtual events, social networks, online learning, markets, and more. Our committed staff is fixated on creating the most robust, user-friendly, and dependable in-app messaging solution available. Additionally, our cross-platform SDKs and chat API are exceptionally safe and scalable. Because of this, more than 50,000 developers throughout the world rely on us. Our headquarters are in Denver, Colorado, and our skilled staff is dispersed across the world. We are brought together by a common goal: to facilitate meaningful connections between real people in a world that is becoming more and more digital.
Teams may interact remotely in an immersive virtual workspace using the video platform Wurkr. It is a SaaS platform that helps businesses to foster corporate culture more effectively as well as promote creativity and impromptu cooperation in distant and scattered settings. The headquarters of the 2018-launched Wurkr are in London, England.