Voxer Business, Voxer for Web, Voxer Pro

We love our Voxer Walkie Talkie, so naturally, when the company informed us that they were expanding their Voxer for Business to the web, we were quite excited.

Voxer for Web allows customers to connect mobile and desk workers and features the same functionality of the Voxer mobile application we all know and love, along with some additional features that allow for better team management, right from a computer.

Voxer Web offers live audio, picture, and text based messaging and group chat accessible anywhere

Voxer for Web builds upon the core functionality of the Voxer app, offering live audio, picture, and text based messages, along with group chat capabilities. With Voxer for Web, users can participate in conversations directly from their desktops, in addition to their mobile phones, providing more access options to users. Voxer for Web also has advanced capabilities that will particularly benefit those in administrative roles, including:

  • Access to multiple chat windows on one screen: Users can now have access to multiple team chats on one screen, minimizing the time it takes to move from one team chat to another. They will also have access to all voice messages, texts and images that teams are sending, and can actively participate in these conversations.
  • Ability to listen to multiple chats in “live mode”: Users can listen to multiple chats in real-time, facilitating instantaneous communication through PTT among team members, leading to increased efficiency.
  • Wired headset support for sending and receiving voxes: Desktop users can listen to voxes without disturbing those around them – Voxer for Web allows users to listen to voxes on headsets, as well as record them when they need to send PTT messages.

“It’s important to listen to customer needs and add the features that help their businesses communicate more efficiently and effectively”

“We have had a lot of success with Voxer Business and significant customer feedback that validates the need for PTT and messaging services that facilitate instantaneous communication. In order for us to continue evolving our product, it’s important to listen to customer needs and add the features that help their businesses communicate more efficiently and effectively,” said Tom Katis, CEO and founder, Voxer. “Voxer for Web addresses the need for having a unified experience, where customers can access voxes across a variety of devices. In the coming months, we will introduce additional features for the Web, which will focus on bridging the gap between admins and geographically distributed workers.”

If you need the opinion of someone who’s experienced Voxer for Web for themselves, Tom Brennan, owner of Future Cab had this to say about the service:

“The platform helps us manage our communication in a discrete manner and requires no additional equipment.”

“Voxer has played a central role in my company, allowing my team to constantly be in touch with each other and with me. The platform helps us manage our communication in a discrete manner and requires no additional equipment. Voxer for Web enables the advanced control and access I need to manage our staff and dispatch our drivers in New York City, while working remotely from my home in Virginia Beach.”

Voxer for Web is available to all Voxer Business users. Current pricing is $4.95/user/month and will increase to $9.95/user/month effective January 1, 2014. For existing customers and those who sign up prior to December 31, 2013, pricing will remain at $4.95/user/month until October 31, 2014.

Signing up is a breeze. We were able to get up and running within 2 minutes via the Voxer Business website. As you can see from the above screenshot, Voxer for Web offers a great map that allows you to monitor the location of each team member and their latest Voxes. It’s a pretty useful feature that should go a long way in increasing team productivity.

Have you signed up yet? Let us know your experiences in the comments below!

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By Josh Robert Nay

Josh Robert Nay is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TruTower. He has worked in the telecommunications industry since 2003 and specializes in GSM based technology. He also uses (too many) VoIP apps and is a long-time user of BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone. He adores anything having to do with space exploration and writing. In addition to the links below, he can be found on LinkedIn and can also be found on his website at http://www.joshrobertnay.com.