MeetFox allows workers to conduct meetings, invoice, and collect payments all in one app.
On paper, productivity should have improved once folks got used to the grind of remote work. After all, it really isn’t much of a grind—there’s no need for a commute or to even get dressed, and your teammates are only a conference call away.
It’s during those conference calls that things tend to get muddy, though. As many businesses have found, there are far too many steps between the formation of the plan in a video chat and making it a reality. The minute everyone logs off, clients can start to explore different options and team members can get distracted by other obligations.
What’s needed is a way to do more while employees are still in the same virtual room, and that’s exactly what MeetFox provides. More than just another communications platform, this is a complete business productivity hub that allows workers to make a deal, do the job, bill the client, and collect payment—all without leaving the app.
Even when being used as just a simple video chat tool, MeetFox hits all the marks. Employees can host or join meetings right in their browser, with the ability to share screens or files during a presentation. Any meeting can be recorded as a video or audio file, and you can set future appointments directly through your choice of synced-up calendar apps.
But again, that’s just the start of it. With MeetFox, you can create your own custom booking page or embed a bookings button into your existing website or CMS. Billing and invoicing can both be done directly through the platform, and everything about the app can be personalized with your logo and branding.
MeetFox’s Premium plan includes unlimited bookings and email reminders, no transaction fees, and more. PCMag readers can get a one-year subscription to MeetFox Premium for $99—76% off the $420 MSRP.
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