LiveTiles launches new workplace design tool

Called LiveTiles Cloud, it will be available to some customers in September

Karl Redenbach, CEO, LiveTiles

Karl Redenbach, CEO, LiveTiles

ASX-listed LiveTiles (ASX:LVT) will be launching a new digital workplace design tool called LiveTiles Cloud.

Using the Microsoft Azure platform, LiveTiles Cloud is delivered as-a-Service, and provides the ability to supply digital workplaces outside of the Microsoft SharePoint environment.

The new product will also expand LiveTiles’ reach beyond the SharePoint market to any organisation using the Cloud.

The product will be released to some customers in September with general availability to follow afterwards. It features a drag and drop no-code design tool, seamless integration with a range of apps, improved employee engagement, rapid deployment, cost-effectiveness, mobile friendly and is device agnostic.

LiveTiles co-founder and CEO, Karl Redenbach, said the new product was developed in response to customer demand.

“LiveTiles Cloud is the first Cloud-based digital workplace design tool in the market and is a natural extension of our product suite,” Redenbach said.

This is LiveTiles’ fourth product release and its portfolio also includes LiveTiles Design, LiveTiles Build and LiveTiles Mosaic.

LiveTiles Cloud has been revealed at Microsoft WPC in Toronto, Canada from July 10 - 14.

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