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Check out our recent case study on EatNgage, a virtual meeting platform that combines face-to-face video communications with lunch.
“eatNgage connects the personal aspect of business lunches with the convenience of virtual meetings. We partner with many restaurants, so users can order food through our platform. We also replaced the pricing with a ‘budget bar’ that the host can set. People joining meetings can order food without worrying about costs, creating a more carefree, friendly meeting environment,” says Rachel Yelin, VP of product development at eatNgage.
eatNgage needed a full stack video, audio, and content sharing API solution that would give their platform a reliable and easy-to-operate way to connect clients and their prospects. Some of the features eatNgage needed included the ability to easily create users, customizable meetings, and upgradable plans for clients of different sizes.
After looking into several potential solutions, eatNgage chose Zoom for its flexibility and powerful video API solution.
Using Zoom’s API, eatNgage was able to conveniently integrate video, audio, and content sharing into their platform. Through Zoom, their platform also now offers a scheduler, marketing automation integrations, and invitation links that can be embedded into emails and synced with MS Outlook or Google Calendar.
Hosts can allow guests to add guests, adjust lunch budgets, and manage email templates. Hosts also have the option to create open or closed invitations, allowing them to closely regulate their meetings if need be.
“Zoom is a very close partner for us. It has all of our technical needs in one platform. For hosts, it’s great to have the flexibility in room size and the ability to manually define settings for clients through the control panel. For clients, they love the features such as screen sharing, recording, and compatibility with mobile devices,” says Yelin.