Web conferencing is exploding and I’ll be doing an article on this soon. Web conferencing lets you reach more people more efficiently for less money. No flights, no tikets, no rooms to book. Web conferencing is NOT for everyone and can not replace the dynamics of a face to face meeting, but it does have its role.
Intranets.com and web conferencing provider Netspoke are working together and recently announced a partnership.
Small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly saving time and money while collaborating in real time with satellite offices, customers and partners thanks to the partnership between Intranets.com and Netspoke. In the months since the companies integrated Netspoke Conferencing into Intranets.com’s on-demand collaboration suite, hundreds of Intranets.com customers have taken advantage of the Netspoke Conferencing option to log nearly one million minutes of audio and web conferences.
Intranets.com, the world’s leading provider of on-demand collaboration services, announced in March that it is offering Netspoke’s real-time web and audio conferencing to its 7,500 customers worldwide. The Intranets.com integrated on-demand collaboration suite helps businesses communicate more effectively by allowing workers to share documents and applications, manage schedules, assign tasks, and conduct integrated conferences, among many other collaboration activities.
Netspoke and Intranets.com are hitting the market at the right time with an easy-to-use, affordable suite of real-time collaboration tools, according to the April 2004 “World Web Conferencing Markets” report issued by industry analyst firm Frost & Sullivan. Integrated conferencing solutions are giving way to collaboration suites that provide users with a single source for many real-time communication options, the report states.
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