Sliq Welcomes Their First Canadian Municipal Customers

Municipalities across Canada adopt the popular legislative streaming software Harmony Freedom Advantage.

One year ago Sliq made Harmony Freedom Advantage (HFA) available to municipalities across Canada. Since then, nearly a dozen cities have signed up to give Sliq streaming a try.

Sliq software is used by some of the world’s most prestigious legislatures including the Canadian House of Commons and the UK House of Commons. After years of evaluating and refining HFA, Sliq is thrilled to provide municipalities with access to a top tier streaming solution. The District of West Vancouver and the City of Sarnia are just two examples of municipalities that jumped at the chance to get the same great software for a fraction of the cost.

Understanding the frustration of legislatures, Sliq created a software solution that would enable governments to manage vast quantities of audio and video content. While many governments are lagging in mobile friendly and responsive web video, Sliq strives to close the gap by providing effective solutions that are affordable. With HFA, municipalities are able to schedule, index and post videos online all from one application. Citizens can watch meetings live and on-demand directly through their municipality’s website. Moreover, citizens can use video indexes to skip to the points of the meeting that are relevant to them.

With one-step agenda importation, short cut indexing and automatic video uploads, Sliq has been able to deliver an unsurpassable level of functionality to their customers.

Getting started with Sliq is not only quick and easy but it is also an affordable and all-inclusive monthly service with no startup fees. Get in touch with Sliq to learn how HFA can meet the needs of your government.

Sliq is offering a free trial to qualified municipalities. “We are happy to offer potential customers a free trial. It’s an opportunity for them to try our software, interact with our support team and see what makes our offerings so superior,” said Nic Côté, VP Business Development. The trial is straight forward: Sliq will send you an encoder with their software installed, the encoder will stream the audio/video from your meeting, send it to the cloud and place it on your website. After two months, if you are not satisfied, just send the encoder back.