In investigating web conferencing solutions, an important deciding aspect should be the ability to perform effortless and easily manageable web meetings. This is the reason why when The Donald P Pipino Company began to search for a web conferencing provider they selected MegaMeeting.com, a provider of 10 percent browser based video & web conferencing solutions, complete with real time audio and video capabilities.
MegaMeeting.com provides complete access without having to download, install or configure any software because it is browser based and it works on all major operating systems namely Windows, Mac & Linux. Their web conferencing products and services have compelling collaboration tools that contain video & web conferences. It has features desktop/application sharing like Word and Excel documents and PowerPoint presentations without having to upload any files. It is well-suited for multi-location web based meetings, company orientation, employee trainings, product demonstrations, customer support, product launches, virtual classrooms and a lot more.
The Donald P Pipino Company works in a very niche market. They offer companies that own more than 400 million square feet of shopping center space around the world with insurance brokerage and risk management services. The company carried out all seminars, client trainings, all product and sales demonstrations by the use of conference calls or by traveling to client sites before they started using MegaMeeting.com.
The Donald P Pipino Company can now make their meeting process more efficient, lessen their travel expenses and provide education information to their clients by the use of desktop sharing and the ability to present PowerPoint presentations with Megameeting.
Matt Sandoe, the IT network administrator for the Donald P Pipino Company, said that Megameeting makes presentations easier on the presenter. It gets rid of the need for the participants of the meeting to install complex software and Active X controls. Megameeting works virtually anywhere there is an 'E' on the desktop.
Web conferencing is apparently becoming very popular amongst enterprises. Dimdim recently announced that it is working with Novell (News - Alert) to power a new Novell Conferencing solution.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha's article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Alice Straight