Symphony is #9 in Top 16 Group Chat software
Last updated: January 12, 2020
Jumpstart team productivity. Everything you do is protected by Symphony’s unique end-to-end security. Enhance your messages with rich editing, images, tables and files. Hashtags, cashtags and mentions - never miss an important message with personalized filters. Secure access to your conversations on your desktop or on your iPhone.
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#9 in Top 16 Group Chat software
The best alternatives to Symphony are: Slack, Microsoft Teams, Skype
Latest news about Symphony
2016. Enterprise group chat Symphony adds voice, video and key app integrations
Symphony, the enterprise messaging app, is adding new voice, video and screen sharing features in the form of a new product called Symphony Meetings, and it is also launching the Symphony Webhooks API, giving companies the ability to create their own integrations with third-party apps alongside a list of apps that Symphony itself is integrating from Salesforce, Github, JIRA, Trello and Zapier. Unlike Slack, Microsoft’s Yammer, Hipchat Symphony is directing its own product not so much as a general enterprise app, but it takes some of the consumerization trend that helped form those other apps and is applying it specifically to the finance vertical.
2015. Google invested in secure enterprise chat Symphony
Symphony, the secure cloud-based communications platform, has received a $100 million round from a list of investors that includes Google. Certainly, this is an interesting investment for Google. It’s not exactly a secret that Google has had trouble with social and Google + seems to be the forgotten step child these days. Google could be looking outwardly, and Symphony not only offers a secure communications tool that could help compete with Microsoft’s Skype/Lync, it also has some intriguing content tracking abilities, letting you follow hashtags and keywords both inside the system and in public social networks like Twitter that could be attractive to Google.