Fresno, California – (The Hosting News) – September 29, 2008 –
Web hosting for video conferencing and webinars, is provided for larger audiences, by VideoSeminarLive (VSL), for meetings, webcasts, presentations, training seminars, or planning sessions from remote locations.
Paul Taggart, President and co-founder of VSL noted, ”What VideoSeminarLive offers to businesses is the chance to utilize this technology and really compete in the marketplace, at an incredibly affordable price. It just makes sense for any business concerned with the bottom line.”
Businesses will have the capability to defray increasing travel and gas prices, by using VSL, rather than traditional meeting methods. VideoSeminarLive uses most of the same technology as the very sophisticated Video Conference systems but operates under a the much simpler and common browser based technology. Video conferencing is now available to a much larger audience at an affordable price.
Video Conferencing is not a brand new technology. It has been around for more than a decade. The advancement in Video Conferencing came when the technology became 100% internet based. President of VideoSeminarLive, Paul Taggart, said this about the recent development, “The reality has been until just recently, only companies with deep pockets could afford to use live real-time video meetings. $80,000-plus systems based out of fixed locations are not feasible for the majority of businesses. The costs are not the only prohibitive factor. Business in the year 2008 is significantly different than even 5 years ago. Today businesses operate and connect with professionals from varying locations all over the world. Browser based conferencing solves two big Video Conferencing issues.
With an array of products services VideoSeminarLive offers businesses the opportunity to cut down on costly travel expenses while maintaining the ability to expand customer base and support. Offering up to 6 live video feeds, board meetings and weekly conference meetings can now take place online without the travel. As more and more companies embrace the new technology, they have witnessed operating costs go down and employee productivity go up. Offsetting heavy travel expenses and losses in production time have helped businesses keep pace in a changing economy.
VideoSeminarLive operates through a web browser (i.e. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari) which gives businesses the capability to hold meetings, webinars, webcasts, presentations, training seminars, or strategic planning sessions with multiple clients and employees from remote locations. Employees can also meet with outlying clients, offering more immediate customer support, cutting out the need for long distance travel. Features like built-in voice communication, 6 live video feeds, presentation sharing, text chat and interactive whiteboard allow business very interactive online meetings. Webinar hosting features like event registration, content management and on-demand session recordings available 24/7 provide webinar minded business the tools they need to connect with a much larger audience.
Taggart and his business partner, Lorin Brown, share a background in small business operations, business consulting, and strategic planning. As they have worked to help businesses succeed, they realize how vital this technology is for more efficient operations. However, many business owners are discouraged and wary of the high costs often associated with web conferencing. In most cases, it would only take one canceled business trip to pay for the system for the entire year.
Mr. Brown added, ”Business owners contact us on a daily basis that would like to use the system in a way we had never even thought of. Many of the ideas are absolutely brilliant and leave us saying, wow!”
Current Clients range from large world wide corporations, non profits, educators, mentor coaches, consultants and sales organizations. Entrepreneurs are finding new and creative ways to use this system in order to reach customers and clients to subsidize their income and boost revenues.
VideoSeminarLive also offers a free trial for the product as well as a Starter’s Guide which answers the most commonly asked questions and offers equipment recommendations.
To learn more, please visit: www.videoseminarlive.com.