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Prysm API Empowers Enterprises to Create Customized Collaboration Experiences

Prysm, Inc. unveiled an early preview of its Prysm API to give enterprises the opportunity to create and customize applications within its digital workplace platform. The API provides an industry-first integrated experience that offers Prysm customers personalized collaboration capabilities unlike any other available in the market today.

The new solution is expected to enable enterprises and channel partners to benefit from a highly customizable digital workplace platform to ensure and promote higher user adoption and satisfaction through:

·         Streamlining workflows - Rather than offering a stratified solution on top of several unintegrated devices or software, the Prysm API empowers customers to harmonize their workflow, maximizing productivity across whatever collaboration work styles are most comfortable and effective for them.

·         Maximizing technology investments - Built on Prysm software, the new API enables enterprises to leverage their current technology investments by developing applications on an open and customizable platform.

With the Prysm API, in-house development teams can create custom applications that will meet exact enterprise requirements. It also opens up new opportunities for channel partners to offer custom development services to truly architect the best possible solutions for their customers.

“Our product roadmap is a blend of our vision, our continued research and observations, and the important feedback we receive from our users. The new API is a testament to providing our ecosystem with the technology that fits each unique business use case,” said Brandon Fischer, vice president of research and development, Prysm. “We are committed to driving enterprise flexibility and giving the power of collaboration customization to our partners and customers.”


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