Introducing Alleo, The Virtual Visual Canvas Collaboration Platform
Alleo was in what they called “stealth mode” for years but is now officially launching its virtual visual canvas collaboration platform. Created by Brandon Fischer, Alleo is a productive virtual work environment managing the shared documents and multimedia for participants to engage with whenever and wherever they want to further collaborate, contribute and to get more work done virtually.
Alleo virtual meeting spaces claim to allow for display and collaboration of streaming multiple live video feeds (including UCC platforms), screen shares and embedding content. Users can access Alleo from any device, and there’s no software to install, nothing to download and no hardware to purchase. The canvas stays securely put even when offline, so users can return and continue to work on it.
“Lack of productivity and burnout are at an all-time high, which is being blamed on meetings,” said Fischer. “Working synchronously or asynchronously and maximizing productivity is more important than ever with a flexible work environment. This can all be accomplished with Alleo.”
“Alleo is like a collaboration Swiss Army knife,” said Ira M. Weinstein, managing partner at analyst firm Recon Research. “This platform supports video conferencing, multi-stream content sharing, advanced collaboration (ideation), webcasting, polls, shared meeting notes and more. Finally, Alleo’s roster of more than 50 engagement, meeting intimacy and gamification tools could persuade even the most reserved workers to jump in and contribute.”