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Looking for a few ReadyTalk customers...

Posted by Teresa Lawlor on
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interested in using our pre-release version of Web Meeting 6 for their larger meetings or events in the next two weeks.

Meetings can be internal or external, but you have to be a ReadyTalk customer. Specifically we are looking for meetings that will have 100-600 participants for slide sharing; and between 100-350 participants in a meeting with application sharing. We'll provide ample monitoring and support during the live test, offer operator-assisted audio and record the event.

Two customers, NTEN and TechSoup (thank you!), held meetings this week with close to 300 participants. Many attendees chatted in about how much they liked the polling feature and how they were able to enter the meeting very quickly using our Flash participant.

If you'd also like to be one of our lucky customers to try out ReadyTalk's new service upgrade before it releases, please let me or your account manager know as quickly as possible.

To learn more about the features coming in Web Meeting 6 please view this recording Getting Started with Web Meeting 6 Preview or visit our Preview page. Not a ReadyTalk customer? You should be - sign up for a free trial.


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