Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) December 7, 2005
PresenterNet, provider of online interactive Web presentation services, today released end-user research that refutes significant misinformation about Web Conferencing. “Six Web Conferencing Myths Debunked by End Users” is a PresenterNet Insight Report detailing common beliefs that affect potential users who consider Web Conferencing as a primary business tool.
The report details beliefs including misinformation about costs, audience behavior, and business effectiveness. Interviews with companies committed to Web Conferencing however, reveal practices and cost justifications that strongly refute potential concerns of non-users.
In introducing the report, PresenterNet CEO Doug Wolfgram explained that most end-user respondents disagreed with the six major “myths” that may inhibit some companies from adopting Web conferencing as their primary meeting method. “Results of these interviews are extremely encouraging,” reported Wolfgram. “User comments were unusually strong in their support of Web Conferencing technology in general, and in PresenterNet’s specific approaches to it.”
Wolfgram added, “Web Conferencing will eventually be as common as email and telephones. Right now however, our industry needs to address marketplace inhibitors and help mainstream users to become believers. Early adopters realize huge financial and operational benefits, which should now be understood by the broad marketplace.”
The PresenterNet Insight Report “Six Web Conferencing Myths Debunked by End Users” is available at http://www.presenternet.com
PresenterNet’s online services emphasize high-impact interactive presentations, data collection from prospect interactions, database applications and customized reporting. The company has committed all of its products to compatibility with industry standards, such as Macromedia Flash, Macromedia FlashPaper, Microsoft Internet Explorer, PowerPoint™, Mozilla Firefox, Linux, and Apple Macintosh, as well as emerging technology leaders like Skype. PresenterNet’s founders have been developing and implementing sales and marketing technologies for nearly 25 years. Past clients have included Toshiba, SGI, Philips, NEC, ITT, Litton, Fujitsu, and HP.