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August 21, 2012

AnyMeeting Experiences Strong Growth in Small Business Community


By Jyothi Shanbhag
TMCnet Contributor

AnyMeeting, the developer of a complete Web conferencing service built on a Software-as-a-Service platform, now has more than 200,000 registered users’ using AnyMeeting's service.

More and more small businesses are switching to AnyMeeting for its solid, full-featured Web conferencing and webinar service, completely free to a market segment that is steadily growing, according to the company.

Users can easily arrange for one-to-one video conferencing to 200 person webinars, and includes features such as six-way video conferencing, screen sharing, application sharing, recording, registration and survey forms, just by using the innovative AnyMeeting solution."Spending on Web conferencing solutions by small businesses is on the rise and is expected to grow 26 percent annually through 2016," said Monik Seth, research analyst for AMI-Partners. "Solutions that are friendly to the small business community, like AnyMeeting, are wise to focus on within this market."


AMI-Partners is an industry icon in global research, specializing in IT, telecom and Internet-related sectors, with a focus on SMBs.

AnyMeeting users can also share any YouTube (News - Alert) video in their meeting by simply copying and pasting the URL of any YouTube video. The new feature offers synchronized controls, so that presenters can pause and skip ahead in a video, all while keeping their audience in perfect sync.

"By focusing on the needs of our existing small business customers, we're building a service that meets the online meeting needs of the 30 million small businesses in the US, a hugely underserved market in our industry," said Costin Tuculescu, president and CEO at AnyMeeting. "The addition of YouTube integration provides yet another tool to help our users make the most out of every meeting they hold."

Recently, AnyMeeting 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.


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