Feishu, a Slack-like remote collaboration platform developed by Chinese tech giant ByteDance, will provide free use of its commercial version for three years for all SMEs and organizations that are fighting the current epidemic, Xie Xin, Vice President of ByteDance and Head of Feishu, announced on Sunday.
A large number of enterprises will resume work on Monday, and we also hope to be able to contribute to SMEs and society, Xie Xin said.
Feishu is a self-developed office suite product by ByteDance, and it is also its core efficiency tool for achieving home office work for 50,000 people worldwide.
Affected by the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, the Spring Festival holiday was extended. On February 10, a large number of enterprises officially resumed work and resumed operation. To reduce crowd gathering, telecommuting may become the mainstream choice.
In this special period, SMEs are facing severe challenges and need good collaboration products to improve operational efficiency.
Therefore, Feishu provides free 3-year commercial editions to small and medium-sized enterprises (less than 100 people), street communities, non-profit organizations, hospitals, and medical institutions that apply for and register from February 10 to May 1, 2020. Free benefits.
These benefits include and are not limited to: unlimited audio and video conferences, unlimited online document and form creation, unlimited online "online office" real-time voice communication, and remote collaboration functions such as 100G of cloud storage space per user .
Feishu is a self-developed office suite product by ByteDance, which integrates functions such as instant communication, shared calendar, online documents, audio and video conferencing, and cloud disk.
Xie Xin said that before that, ByteDance replaced many office tools, but with the development of the company, these tools could not fully meet the demand. "Because we believe that communication Is important. "
As a matter of fact, since February 3, some companies have started to work online from home, and remote office has become a hot topic in the near future.
Xie Xin said that at present, the company works from home through remote collaboration. Thanks to Feishu, the efficiency of team collaboration has not changed much from day to day. Even one-third of colleagues believe that working from home is more efficient than daily work.
This time, Feishu hopes to help these organizations collaborate more efficiently and reduce the impact of the epidemic by providing three years of free services, he said.