Coronavirus pandemic boosts Orlando video conferencing business

An Orlando tech company has raised $250,000 for a platform meant to make it easier to host virtual conferences at a time when in-person conventions are shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.

ViewStub CEO Spencer Elliott said he will use the money to hire and develop the platform as more potential customers call to ask about it. Elliott estimates that he nearly tripled the number of monthly new users on the platform last month alone, with more than 120 potential customers asking about ViewStub in March. Read more here.

Source: Orlando Sentinel
Author: Marco Santana

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