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July 11, 2012

AnyMeeting Launches 'Quick Start' Program for Large Network Marketing Firms


By Mandira Srivastava
TMCnet Contributor

AnyMeeting, the developer of a complete Web conferencing service built on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) platform, has come up with a new "Quick Start" program large network marketing firms, offering them a free, private-labeled Web conferencing tool, used by all of their distributors at no cost.


A number of top network marketing firms including Ambit Energy, Southwestern, Stella & Dot and USANA are participating in the initial launch of the AnyMeeting’s new program.

"We have developed strong relationships in the network marketing community, and are very excited to offer our new program, designed specifically for them," said David Gerken, vice president of business development at AnyMeeting. "With our completely free model and intuitive interface, AnyMeeting is ideally suited to network marketing companies and their networks of independent distributors."

By providing all the features of a Web conferencing product, AnyMeeting caters to all of the online meeting and collaboration needs of network marketing distributors. Using the service, distributors can host and participate in six-way video conferencing, conference calling, screen sharing, recorded meetings, application sharing, text chat, online surveys and polls, social media integration with Facebook (News - Alert) and Twitter, and much more.

Through the Quick Start program, the service can be rolled out in a matter of days without any IT resources from the partner. AnyMeeting can also to integrate with a company's existing back-office and legacy systems for distributors, supporting single sign-on, contact sharing, calendar synching and more.

"Our distributors are increasingly turning to online meetings to help drive sales and recruitment, and they need a simple, affordable solution," said Rick Wilson, director of Online Services at USANA. "AnyMeeting provides the answer with an easy-to-use, branded solution that runs on any browser and operating system, and it's completely free."


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Edited by Braden Becker

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