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Multilingual hybrid meetings are more flexible and inclusive than ever with KUDO Hybrid

Hybrid Meetings, KUDO Hybrid

As we collectively shift back-and-forth between in-person, virtual, and hybrid meetings, webinars, and events, it’s vital that meeting attendees get the same engaging experience, no matter how they choose to join. KUDO is excited to announce that we’ve improved our Hybrid offer to make everyone’s multilingual experience more inclusive by making it more flexible.

KUDO Hybrid allows meeting and event organizers to easily and seamlessly integrate multilingual online meetings and events with conventional conferencing systems. Bringing online and onsite participants together, KUDO Hybrid gives users access to KUDO’s full suite of features, including voting, messaging, request to speak, document sharing, and more.

With KUDO’s updated Hybrid offer, clients can:

  • Connect the conference room to KUDO and vice versa to enable everyone to participate in their preferred language.
  • Enable or disable hybrid meetings on a meeting-by-meeting basis.
  • Choose their mode of attendance (onsite/online) when joining the session with a customized onboarding page.
  • Request to speak, whether online or onsite, resulting in a single chronological order of requests for the meeting operator to manage with ease in one place

And more!

KUDO is also thrilled to have bi-directional Dante capabilities to carry the interpreted languages in or out of meeting hardware using a single cable. Finally, the training and support from KUDO set you up for success.

Are you ready to make your next hybrid meeting more inclusive and accessible than ever? Request a demo with KUDO today and see what the future of hybrid meetings is all about.

 

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