Swansea-based Business Butler has recently announced a partnership with Zoom Video Communications. The alliance means that Business Butler members will be able to take advantage of the benefits that the world’s most popular web conferencing platform provides.
Zoom boasts a total of more than 350 million daily users globally and 1.8 million of those are in the UK. The American company has approximately 500,000 business clients worldwide and an impressive 36% share of the global web conferencing market.
Business Butler is an on-demand talent platform and believes that smaller owner-led businesses, due to a lack of resources, are at a disadvantage compared to the bigger businesses and corporates. This latest collaboration with Zoom is just one of the ways that this tech-based startup is addressing the disparity, as Bhupinder Sidhu, CEO and founder of Business Butler explains:
“We want to equip our members with the finest digital tools in order to give them every advantage in a very competitive market and by forging an alliance with the world’s leading video communications company we are doing just that.”
Although web conferencing is what everybody associates Zoom with, there are numerous other benefits for businesses, as Bhupinder mentions here:
“Business Butler members receive full voice solution, vanity URL, branded waiting rooms, chat infrastructure with other members and a webinar licence included in their monthly package. All of this gives members a professional image that is befitting of the services they provide. ”
Bhupinder is proud of the fact that Zoom agreed to work with Business Butler and continues:
“We are delighted that a pioneering company as Zoom has decided to work with us on a collaborative basis and although the business world is returning to some sort of normality, we believe that video communications will continue to play an important role in business moving forward.”
As an on-demand talent platform Business Butler connects users with a panel of vetted business experts who specialise in a range of disciplines such as marketing, law and human resources. The platform is built around a unique matching engine which gathers user requirements and profiles them against members of the Business Butler panel, returning a shortlist of suitable experts across more than 120 business services. They also offer networking and a range of essential business software in their memberships.
Having established themselves as the go-to place for SMEs looking for business advice and support across south Wales and the west of England, Business Butler has recently expanded by launching in Oxford, Richmond upon Thames, and Johannesburg in South Africa.