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Children of the Webolution

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Remember when conference calls were a big deal? Multiple lines and access codes, oh my! And then web conferencing joined the ranks. Individuals and companies alike began to incorporate a new piece of technology into their meetings. Desktop and application sharing became the norm. A tool that allowed remote participation. A new form of training, demos, and collaboration that was cost effective and efficient.

Then we were introduced to...POLLING! And the webinar world rejoiced.  And this is just one of many in a feature set that we think has demonstrated the continual evolution of conferencing. But, even now you do business differently than you did just a few years ago. Has your conferencing software kept up the pace? Here's how we're contributing:


  • All-in-One platform: A product that fits every meeting scenario, regardless of size or need. Internal training tool? Check. Large scale, fully supported web event? Check. Sales team demos, marketing webinars, remote office collaboration? Yes. One tool, one provider, endless uses.

  • Social Media Integration: Now you're able to seamlessly share your registration links and recorded content with your social networks like Twitter & Facebook right from your conference center interface. No separate logins required. A one stop shop to create, edit, and disseminate your content in a timely matter.

  • Abundant Feature Set: From a Flash based platform, to a one-of-a-kind embeddable media player and unique campaign URL creation for trackable ROI on each event, the available feature list makes for an unmatched experience for both you and your meeting participants.


Later this month we'll be covering this conferencing timeline and discussing it's continual enhancements. Be sure to register for the webinar to learn about the new trends in the industry and ask yourself if your tool is keeping up with your business.

 


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