Freebinar announced that it is rebranding as AnyMeeting. The company specializes in providing free Web conferencing and Webinar services.
AnyMeeting will now have a new identity and also have new features added to it including integrated video broadcasting and increase in the meeting capacity from 150 attendees to 200.
Commenting on the name change and improved services Costin Tuculescu, president and CEO of AnyMeeting, said, “We are very excited about building a stronger identity for the company, while at the same time, constantly improving on the high quality free service that our users love.”
“The name AnyMeeting embodies our ability and our commitment to providing customers with the tools they need to make all of their online meetings a success,” Tuculescu added in the release.
It was revealed that the transition will enhance the presence of the company, helping it further in its growth in the Web communications market. AnyMeeting will continue to provide quality premium service to a fast growing customer base responsible for logging millions of meeting minutes per month, said officials.
Also, AnyMeeting will be offered completely free, and is planning to broaden its service offering beyond Webinars to include any type of meeting, from small two person collaborative Web meetings to full 200 person online events.
The addition of free video Web conferencing and seating capacity will be followed by more such additions and improvements planned by the company, said officials. It is expected that the name change and addition of new features will give a boost to the company’s identity in the market place besides enhancing the online meeting experience of its customers.
As AnyMeeting is advertiser supported, customers need not be charged for the service. Also there is no need to offer a free trial with limited access. AnyMeeting offers high-quality service to small business users desirous of leveraging the capabilities of an efficient, affordable and productive Web communications, said officials.
AnyMeeting is a free Web conferencing service suitable to conduct online meetings or conferences. The service is built on the company’s Software as a Service or SaaS (News - Alert) platform. Hosts are able to invite up to 200 attendees per meeting with no time limits. The full service and premium features also include integrated video conferencing.
TMCnet reported in July 2010 that Freebinar.com, announced the release of VoIP audio broadcasting feature. This new feature allows presenters to use their computer microphone or headset to deliver the audio portion of their Webinars, eliminating the need for phone conferencing.
Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jaclyn Allard