ClickMeeting iPad App is Finalist in Tabby Awards in 2 Categories

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International jury cites videoconferencing platform’s usefulness for communications, education, and training.

Tabby Award for Business Finalist
We believe these enhancements affirm ClickMeeting’s status as the most full-featured, cost-effective, and easy-to-use videoconferencing system on the market.

ClickMeeting, the leading videoconferencing SaaS provider, has been named as a finalist in the Tabby Awards, a competition that honors innovations in tablet apps developed for business and enterprises. “Over the past few years, ClickMeeting has introduced a steady stream of new features and improvements,” said ClickMeeting Founder and CEO Simon Grabowski. “Our user community has received them with great enthusiasm, and now it’s gratifying to receive recognition from a distinguished panel of worldwide business leaders.”

ClickMeeting was chosen from among contestants from Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States to compete as a finalist in two categories: Communications Apps and Education and Training Apps.

About the Tabby Awards
The Tabby Awards is the only competition dedicated to honoring the best in business and enterprise tablet apps. A judging panel of 24 mobile developers and professionals reviewed apps from hundreds of diverse businesses. The panel is chaired by Milind Gadekar, Co-Founder and CEO of CloudOn — a chart-topping app that won a Tabby Award last year.

Winners of the Tabby Awards competition will be announced on November 13, 2013 in New York City at the TabletBiz Conference & Expo, a leading worldwide conference focused on tablets, apps and mobile productivity.

About ClickMeeting
ClickMeeting is videoconferencing system that enables small businesses and organizations to enjoy the benefits of producing online meetings and webinars at a fraction of the cost of other platforms. True to its slogan — World Easiest Online Meetings — ClickMeeting’s Web-based software requires no complex setup or configuration. Meeting organizers and presenters can be up-and-running in minutes; participants simply click a link inside an invitation to enter the meeting.

Recent Innovations and Enhancements
Mobile apps have been an important component of the ClickMeeting strategy ever since tablets made mobile computing a reality. Apps for Apple, Android and Blackberry enable users and attendees to perform most functions of the desktop version from a tablet. Other innovations include:

  • Social invitations and meeting login for Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn via ClickMeeting API integrations.
  • Up to 3 reminders prompting registrants to attend on time, including optional reminders attendees can customize.
  • Facebook app allowing online meetings inside Facebook, with timeline promotion capabilities and FB invites.
  • Adoption of the ClearSound engine to purify audio quality and filter ambient noise.
  • Cloud technology for a smoother user-experience and desktop sharing without delays and jerky update speed.
  • Microsoft Outlook plug-in to facilitate scheduling, invitations and ad hoc meetings inside Outlook.
  • Spanish, German and Czech languages available in user panel; Chinese, Portuguese and Czech in meeting rooms.

“We believe these enhancements affirm ClickMeeting’s status as the most full-featured, cost-effective, and easy-to-use videoconferencing system on the market,” said Simon Grabowski. “Our tablet app delivers almost all the capabilities of our popular desktop version. We look forward to the finals of the Tabby Awards.”

Follow link to company website for: ClickMeeting 30-Day Free Trial, No Credit Card Required. ClickMeeting apps are available free of charge in the App Store, Google Play, and Blackberry App World.

ClickMeeting was developed by parent company Implix, a leading provider of practical, cost-effective software solutions for small business. With more than 500,000 users, ClickMeeting uses Cloud technology to facilitate face-to-face online collaboration with participants worldwide. For more information, please visit

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