Intranets.com is one of those many companies, like Constant Contact that does NOT issue a lot of press releases and is not a household name, but has a large and growing SMB following. It’s product – a full suite of intranet features – is VERY feature rich, robust and economical.
Intranets.com tells me that demand is a combination of existing Intranets.com customers and new web/audio conferencing only customers. The service was created in response to growing customer demand Once this servant was made available to them, a large percentage of their customers began using the conferencing tools.
Intranets.com is also actively marketing the product as a standalone offering as well and have seen many SMB¬’s take advantage. The common theme they hear is that this type of service had always been too expensive or too difficult for small businesses to use, until now. So now that this easy-to-use service is available to SMB’?s at a lower cost, they are taking advantage.
I know that IMConferencing and Gotomeeting offer economical and SMB focused services as well.
It recently announced that one of its newest features, web and audio conferencing, is growing, reaching close to two million minutes of usage over the last two months.
“?Before IntranetsMeeting, we used WebEx to conduct web and audio conferences, but as a small business, we found the cost and the features to be prohibitive for what we needed to accomplish,”? said David Hitrys, director of marketing at Integrated Computer Solutions. “?Since switching to IntranetsMeeting, we’?ve been able to conduct product demonstrations to customers and resellers all over the world at an affordable price with zero complaints from our sales people. In addition, Intranets.com’s customer support is superb and really shows they want users to be thrilled with the service.”
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