Rally Labs First to Embed Application in Newly Announced Skype for Business™ Broadcast Solution

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Microsoft demonstrates Rally integrated QA functionality for large broadcast meetings at Ignite 2015

Rally Labs (Rally), a cloud based, SaaS development company bringing highly integrated teleconferencing, attendee engagement, large scale broadcasting, and analytics for Skype for Business™, today announced integration of their application technology within Skype for Business broadcast solution. Embedded within the Skype for Business (SfB) broadcast meeting scheduling interface, the Rally QA application can be added on-the-fly to any SfB broadcast meeting.

The Rally QA application was demonstrated at Microsoft Ignite during a deep dive session on Skype for Business broadcast capability. Demonstrating the embedded solution was Rally CEO Jonathan Ortiz-Myers. “We collaborated alongside Microsoft developers to create a robust QA module for the Skype for Business broadcast solution. They (Microsoft) tapped Rally because of our two plus years of developing integrated applications for Lync and Skype for Business.”

When released, the embedded Rally QA application will provide SfB broadcast organizers with a moderation and attendee interface. Key functionality is scheduled to include:

  • High volume question management- accessible by multiple moderators.
  • Question categorization and prioritization.
  • Multiple moderator reply types; private, all, and general announcements.
  • Anonymous or self-identified questions and answers
  • Attendees are provided with the Rally QA app within the Skype for Business interface.
  • Downloadable QA session reports via .csv format.

To learn more about Rally Labs and how we’re changing the conversation, go to http://www.rallylabs.io

About Rally

Rally is a SaaS platform transforming the Skype for Business and the Microsoft Lync experience. Through seamless integration, Rally delivers mission critical enterprise conferencing apps, and solves the costly problem of delivering synchronous content to thousands of end-points in virtual event scenarios.

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