On Tuesday, Amazon jumped into the communications technology space with a new service called Chime (pictured), focused on online meetings and collaboration between dispersed team members. While plenty of solutions exist for online meetings, but Amazon wants to simplify things by bringing different tools together in a centralized hub, while also improving video and audio quality. In nutshell, Amazon wants to fix what's broken with online team meetings.
But how does Chime compare to one of the most prevalent solutions out there for team communication, Microsoft's Skype service? For one thing, on price, the fully featured version of Chime is well above the price of Skype for Business (though paying the extra money may just be worth it for some organizations). In the following slides, we compare the key features and pricing of Amazon Chime and Microsoft Skype.