All our educational licenses are completely unlimited and open in the amount and type of account holders you want to register.
You’ll never have to worry about faculty members leaving or being replaced and can empower you entire student body to communicate and teach each other if you wish to do so.
This gives you freedom and flexibility to manage your institution’s video conferencing and communication needs just the way you want and no longer be dictated by software vendor’s licensing restrictions.
Your users will have a totally unified experience from within your Learning Management System or institution's provisioning system.
All features such as adding and editing users, sessions, recordings and anything else you might need can be achieved via the API.
Thanks to deep branding your users will always feel like they are on your institution's system, not on that of your vendor.
You'll even have your own mobile apps in the app stores.
Whatever your preferences, we can cater for them.
If you run your own server and have a technical team you can have the system installed on site. If you have a data center, off site, no problem. If you prefer to use our fine-tuned OnSync cloud and let us take care of everything for you, then that's an option too.
Your wish is our command. Whatever deployment option you choose, our team will deliver a turn-key solution.
If you have very high usage or bandwidth bottlenecks, we can advise you and deliver complex clustered and scaled systems.
After over a decade in the business, we’ve seen it all.
Our customers love OnSync because it is equally suited for staff video conferences as for virtual classrooms.
You don’t have to shell out for, or configure and maintain, a separate system. OnSync’s flexible interface allows you to leverage the high quality video conferencing feature for any scenario that might come up — staff meetings, remote interviews, brainstorming sessions or anything else.
"With a click you can transform the rooms between video meetings and presentation and content assisted classrooms. It’s really easy.