Meetings and conferences are an inevitable part of business, something that you can never actually get away from. But what you can do is make them more hassle free, more intuitive and less time consuming.
Maybe they'll become more acceptable then.
PGi, which has been conducting virtual meetings for over 20 years, does have some good news in that direction, especially for companies like Line Systems (News - Alert) (LSI), which are in search of a personal virtual meeting room.
Line Systems partnered PGi and announced the launch of iMeet, a cloud-based video conferencing solution that allows customers to collaborate with employees and meet face-to-face with them, anytime, anywhere.
“In our continuing effort to expand our product portfolio to meet the business challenges our customers experience on a daily basis, we are excited about our new partnership with PGi and the addition of the iMeet solution,” said Warren Reyburn, executive vice president of Line Systems.
The award-winning online collaboration Tool, iMeet combines best-in-class video, Web and audio conferencing technologies to bring users a refreshingly human experience to online meetings. So whether it's just sharing a presentation or a brainstorming session, iMeet is being considered as a perfect fit.
With iMeet, LSI customers can conduct team meetings, hold one-on-one collaboration sessions, or have a quick chat to share ideas.
Any size business can use iMeet to securely conduct virtual meetings in a green, mobile and efficient manner. It's simple to use, free for guests and doesn't require any downloads. iMeet can host up to 15 people and is the one tool for all your video, Web and audio meetings – from your desk or on the go.
“PGi designed iMeet to bring the largest enterprise down to the smallest start-up into the next generation of online meetings that are focused on making user experiences simpler and more intuitive. iMeet eliminates the inconveniences of unproductive travel and allows you to be there when you can’t necessarily get there,” noted Jeannie Doty, vice president of PGi.
PGi, a global leader in virtual meetings for 20 years, has received two additional Stevie Awards: PGi was recognized as the Silver Stevie Award winner for "Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year," and David Guthrie, PGi EVP and chief technology officer, was honored with the Silver Stevie Award for "Product Development/Management Executive of the Year.”
Edited by Braden Becker