join.me - the online meeting system from LogMeIn - has been aimed mainly at individuals and smaller organisations. Unlike some competing services, join.me offers unlimited audio over VoIP and - for pro subscribers - dial-in numbers around the world, including local access numbers in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
The company has now moved to attract enterprise customers by adding features to help support larger teams.
These include single sign on support via ADFS integration and Active Directory Sync, individual and group policy and permission settings, simplified provisioning/de-provisioning, 100GB of Cubby-based cloud storage for sharing and storing recorded meetings and related files, integration with Microsoft Outlook, and "one-tap" simplicity for hosting audio conferences from a iPhone.
"The viral adoption of join.me in businesses has led to larger and larger opportunities for us and new types of requirements from our rapidly growing customer base," said LogMe In vice president of collaboration products Lou Orfanos.
"With join.me, we're focused on delivering ongoing innovation designed for an era dominated by employee preference.
"join.me enterprise is an example of how we can help companies strike a balance between their business needs and the simplicity, speed and elegance that their employees crave."
join.me enterprise pricing starts at US$19 per user per month, paid annually.