A Carmel-based tech company has unveiled a virtual collaboration platform that the developer says will improve productivity between users. Alleo says the system allows participants in a virtual work environment to share documents and multimedia.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer Brandon Fischer says he was inspired to create a customizable virtual meeting platform.
“Working synchronously or asynchronously and maximizing productivity is more important than ever with a flexible work environment. This can all be accomplished with Alleo,” said Fischer.
Fischer says Alleo is flexible enough to allow for just about any type of content and complexity, including streaming multiple live video feeds, screen shares, and embedding content. It also works with video conferencing services, like Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
The company says users can access Alleo from any device and there’s no software to install and no hardware to purchase.
Founder Brandon Fischer will appear on this weekend’s edition of Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick.