InfoTrax Teams Up With Zoom on Web Conferencing
InfoTrax announced recently that it has entered into a new corporate partnership with conferencing provider Zoom. InfoTrax is a provider of a complete suite of products and services that are meant to help build a global direct selling enterprise. Its transaction management system includes an innovative direct selling commission engine backed by proven direct selling software infrastructure and services.
Under this new partnership, Zoom’s Web conferencing capabilities are now integrated into the InfoTrax distributor back office application and mobile app, Evo Engage. This should allow for network marketing and direct sales distributors to communicate easily online as if they were in the same room.
Thanks to this new bundle, it should be incredibly easy for distributors to keep in touch with their contacts. Zoom WebMeetings should be especially helpful, as they allow a live group to communicate. Similar to being in a conference room, WebMeetings allows distributors to conduct meetings on their computer or device. All participants can easily converse and share information on their screens, despite the fact that they’re not in the same location.
Meanwhile, Zoom Webinars are live online seminars for larger numbers of people. These can also be led from a distributor’s computer or device. According to the announcement, “The designated presenter(s) can speak to the audience and share on-screen information such as slide presentations and video. Meanwhile, the audience can use their keyboards to comment and respond to questions and polls in real time.”
The partnership between InfoTrax and Zoom improves these offerings by allowing distributors to conduct these meetings directly from Evo Engage.
"The Zoom integration adds significant value to Evo Engage and provides additional benefits and features that aren't available from Zoom alone," says Scott Smith, President of InfoTrax. "We already see distributors using Evo Engage with Zoom and experiencing growth in their businesses, and that is exciting!"
Edited by Maurice Nagle