The San Francisco Chronicle announced the partnership between omNovia Technologies and KRM Infomation Services. Read the full article.
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The Houston Chronicle published an article on how web conferencing has evolved with customers’ requests. Read the full article.
Ken Molay, President of Webinar Success, talks about the interesting and unusual features that omNovia has added to its web conferencing software. Read the full article.
About.com recently published a review on omNovia’s web conferencing platform. The article states that omNovia is a simple, but complete web conferencing tool. It comes with all standard web conferencing features such as VoIP, screensharing, application sharing and online collaboration tools such as a whiteboard. Read the full article.
Webinar Success recently published an article on Recast, omNovia’s interactive webinar recording technology, and other innovations that were introduced in 2010. Read the full article.
Speech Technology Magazine published an article on omNovia’s on ability to be integrated with CRM solutions and social media tools. Read the full article.
PHONE+ Magazine published an article on omNovia’s new multilingual web conferencing feature. The article states that for companies with an international customer base, trying to conduct a web conference with clients in different languages can become a logistical nightmare. That is why omNovia released its multilingual web conferencing platform to enable users to conduct one…
Geoff Zimpfer from Webinar Marketing Pro explains how Recast makes recorded webinars a simple and fast way to use in your webinar marketing. For more information on Recast, click here or create a free trial to take your sales webinars with omNovia.
“…Taking the omNovia approach to product development is an exciting form of dynamics in software provisioning for your user community…” Read the article.
Our multi language channel option was featured LCG Colsulting’s recent article entitled: “Barriers to Collaboration Reduced: What Social Technologies Strive to Overcome“.