Yugma offers just about everything you need to conduct web conferences. A clean interface, plenty of features and a way to do audio conferences.
Up to 10 attendees, desktop sharing, audio teleconference, annotation and whiteboard, chat and widgets are included.
You know what’s best about the service – all the above is free. Not a trial, but free. You can get even more features starting at $9.95 per month.
The competition is fierce and all offer a free trial:
LiveOffice, Microsoft Live Meeting, Gotomeeting or WebEx.
From my quick overview of these services, it looks like Yugma provides many of the services of its competition for free. For Yugma professional, you get even more features and it still costs less than the companies listed above.
I’m not saying all the services are equal as some offer more, some offer less. But if you want web conferencing that meets your needs, you should check out Yugma.
Use the comments of this post and let me have your thoughts please.
Curious what Yugma stands for?
The name Yugma is a word from the Sanskrit language meaning “the state of being in unified collaboration.” Yugma, Inc. is a privately held venture-backed company headquartered in Minnesota, USA and has offices in Minneapolis and India.
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