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I’m A Meeting Owl Fan Girl

I’m A Meeting Owl Fan Girl

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Those who know me,

Those who know me, know that for me to claim “Fan Girl” of a new product and team is something not often heard.  I’m shall we say, “seasoned”, and have had an opportunity to see a lot of technology come and go over the years.  Sadly, today it’s rare to find a new technology that sparks my interest.


That being said, I have engaged with a new technology mix that begs your attention.  The Meeting Owl is a unique device designed for those meeting spaces where an installed solution won’t work or for the remote employee who needs to be a part of the entire conversation and not just see a talking head of one person.

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Being able to see and be

Being able to see and be seen, to be heard and to do it in an effective slick manner is what we’ve all been seeking.  Today the Meeting Owl provides the solution.  With eight beamforming microphones and a one-of-a-kind 360-degree camera, you will be sure to hear and see everyone in those huddle space meetings.

Now for the Fan Girl part!  Max and Mark are new to our industry.  They’ve been in tech for some time but not the Pro AV world.  Thus they haven’t developed any of the bad habits that we see in some of our industry developers.  Things like developing a brand new product and performing Alpha testing and  Beta testing.  You know, not putting a half-baked product out to the market and letting the buyers become the Beta test group unknowingly.  Or showing and promising delivery of a new product only to show and promise it again in a year.

The Meeting Owl is

The Meeting Owl is super easy to set up and can be fully operational in minutes.  Watch the video of one of their Beta testers doing just that.  Funny, when I saw this video for the first time I thought it was a well-produced and staged ad.  Until you see the camera man walk into the frame!  In speaking with Max, this was a real-life unboxing and the reactions were priceless.

 

Max and Mark and the rest of the Meeting Owl team have been hosting live webinars and demonstrations for months now.  They did a Town Hall for us with some clients, where we put them to the test.  I find them engaging, intelligent and genuine in their responses and candor even when being asked the tough questions.

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We will be hosting more of

We will be hosting more of these Town Hall conversations with them soon.  You should certainly join us and see if you don’t agree with me.  For now, don’t be left out of the opportunity to try this new technology.

 

Starin is offering you a free Try it to Like It campaign.  Try a Meeting Owl for 30 days and if you disagree with my assessment or don’t see the value this brings in opening doors and conversations with your client base, you can return it to us with no questions asked.

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Use the Meeting Owl in Huddle Rooms

Use the Meeting Owl in Huddle Rooms

Huddle rooms often have a camera mounted above or below the television, so remote meeting partcipants feel like a fly on the wall.

The Meeting Owl brings your remote team members into the room and gives them a seat at the table.

Use the Meeting Owl in Conference Rooms

Use the Meeting Owl in Conference Rooms

The Meeting Owl also works well in small conference rooms where 4-8 people are sitting within a 12-foot diameter of the Owl.

 Standups, design meetings and collaborative meetings are all great examples of when the Meeting Owl can help your remote team members feel more included.

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