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ReadyTalk Flows public Beta for New Video Conferencing Solution

February 06, 2013

ReadyTalk, a provider of audio and web conferencing services, has added a suite of video conferencing solutions. This new video conferencing solution includes audio conferencing, web conferencing, webinars and web events. It enables customers to organize more collaborative and productive meetings and training sessions.

These new videoconferencing capabilities during virtual meetings allow companies to increase their engagement with participants, improve personal interaction between remote colleagues and see non-verbal cues.

Research company, Forrester, also that video conferencing and collaboration solutions will expand in the next few years and nearly half of information workers will have some type of personal video solution in 2016, up from just 15 percent today.

"As a frequent meeting facilitator, there are many ReadyTalk features I appreciate--recordings, slide share and annotations. But, nothing delivers the same value as video conferencing," said Tiffany LaReau , certified in a statement, workforce manager, Human Numbers. "I work remotely, so having the ability to deliver my video message along with my PowerPoint deck puts me in the cube next door. This real-time, face-to-face interaction makes my meetings more effective. Plus, the streamlined interface is easier to use than other conferencing products I've tried."

"Our goal is to bring a video conferencing product to the market that makes it easier for customers to more effectively conduct remote meetings, interview potential employees and host small training sessions," said Paul Carollo , product marketing manager at ReadyTalk. "At ReadyTalk, we put significant emphasis on customer input and feedback. 

Edited by Ashley Caputo