Major Knovio Update Enters Public Beta Test

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KnowledgeVision's award-winning free personal multimedia presentation app offers a major upgrade in features and user experience.

Knovio Online Presentation Screen Shot

Knovio Web 2.0's new user interface is extremely easy to learn and fun to use.

Knovio has already been adopted by nearly 100,000 registered users, in thousands of organizations, as well as on more than 700 college campuses. Knovio 2.0 certainly raises the bar.

KnowledgeVision Systems, the leader in online multimedia presentation technology, has released a public beta test version of Knovio Web, its award-winning browser app for learning, marketing, and sales. Knovio Web 2.0 brings the extreme ease of its acclaimed mobile app to any web browser.

Knovio is a tool for adding video and/or audio narration to any presentation, turning passive slide decks into multimedia stories that can be posted to websites and blogs, shared on social media, embedded on landing pages or in corporate learning systems, or sent via email to prospects, employees, or investors.

"Knovio 2.0 represents a breakthrough in usability and capability of multimedia presentations," said KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich. "Our first version has already been adopted organically by nearly 100,000 registered users, in thousands of companies and organizations, as well as on more than 700 college and university campuses. Knovio 2.0 certainly raises the bar."

The company welcomes new users as part of its beta test program, and has established a beta information site at

Watch the 2-minute video: "What's New in Knovio Web 2.0"

About KnowledgeVision

KnowledgeVision Systems is creating a new video medium for business, by reinventing the business presentation for an online, on-demand, video-enabled, mobile, anytime/anywhere world. A Massachusetts-based company backed by GrandBanks Capital and Rand Capital (NASDAQ: RAND), KnowledgeVision offers a Software-as-a-Service solution that makes it easy to create, share, and track online video presentations.

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