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ReadyTalk Goes Retro for CSIA’s DEMOgala

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[gallery]Remember when collaborating on a single document meant faxing it back and forth? Or, how about having to use an operator to connect multiple participants for an audio conference? And, don’t forget how computer technology has improved.

You do business differently today than 15 years ago or even 5 years ago.

It’s evolution, baby.

Tomorrow is CSIA’s annual DEMOgala—Colorado’s largest technology conference. This is the fourth year that ReadyTalk has been a part of DEMOgala. And, this year, ReadyTalk is taking a retro approach to remind you just how much your business technology and processes have evolved (or should have).

During DEMOgala, ReadyTalk will be talking about the evolution of conferencing and the changes that are taking place and what you can and should expect from your conferencing provider. And because our team spends a lot of time looking ahead, we’ll also be talking about what’s next and what you should expect to see from us.

So, if you’re in Denver tomorrow, stop by the Grand Hyatt for DEMOgala and tell us where you want to see conferencing heading. We’ll reward you with some awesome schwag. If you’re not going to be there, share your feedback in the comments below. Who’s knows, you may still get some awesome schwag!


Name: Ken Molay
Time: Friday, October 8, 2010

Monetization, baby! I want to see more attention paid to making webinars revenue generators. This means integrating payment processing and dealing with issues of access security, refunds, receipts, payments for series (see my recent blog post), repeat access, and much more. This is in its infancy and needs to progress quickly. [Oh, and no schwag, please. Give mine to a developer who adds a needed feature!]

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