It’s time to hold more meetings on the Web – especially now that gas prices are insane. HyperOffice today introduced HyperMeeting, an easy-to-use web conferencing tool for small and mid-sized businesses.
ROCKVILLE, MD. (PRWEB) August 13, 2008 — It’s time to hold more meetings on the Web – especially now that gas prices are insane.
HyperOffice today introduced HyperMeeting, an easy-to-use web conferencing and online meetings tool for small and mid-sized businesses.
“We were waiting for HyperMeeting,” said Dr. Dwight Tapp, president and chief executive officer of ClinicAid Research Management, which uses HyperOffice to help conduct pharmaceutical and biotech clinical trials research in the United States.
“HyperMeeting integrates easily with HyperOffice. We are already using it for internal and external training, and for executive management meetings. It’s especially useful for new sales – instead of flying, we now conduct webinars and meetings via HyperMeeting,” said Dr. Tapp.
“HyperMeeting will help get you out of the car as gas prices eat into budgets and profits,” said Farzin Arsanjani, president of HyperOffice. “More important, it will help make you more productive with staff, clients, partners and suppliers, cut travel expenses, and give you back time wasted in airports and traffic trying to get to far-flung meetings.”
HyperMeeting supports integrated audio, online application sharing, presentations, file sharing, whiteboard, network-based recording, remote control, and other built-in tools. Unlike other online meeting services where only the presenter controls the meeting, any HyperMeeting attendee may share any desktop, switch on the built-in recording capabilities and control other meeting functions.
“This makes HyperMeeting ideal for sales conferences, webinars, online seminars and project meetings where anyone can contribute a great idea,” said Arsanjani. “You can fire up customer service and live tech support on the fly. Or collaborate with large audiences spread across the globe.”
HyperMeeting integrates with HyperOffice, an award-winning suite of web-based applications that make it easier for owners, employees, clients, partners and suppliers of growing businesses to collaborate, communicate, plan projects, share documents, schedule meetings and tasks, and manage information, anytime, from work, from home, or while traveling, using any Internet connection.
Working together, HyperMeeting and HyperOffice equip business teams with everything they need to collaborate online – web conferencing, plus shared documents, calendars, contacts, projects and tasks, Outlook syncing, business-class email without spam and viruses; document management with online storage, versioning, user rights and workflow; discussion groups, security, backup, Intranet/Extranet page and portal builders, time and expense tracking, and more.
“With HyperMeeting, HyperOffice becomes one of the only complete online collaboration suites to integrate document management, email, and more, with web conferencing, all specifically designed and for use by small to mid-sized businesses,” said Arsanjani.
“Got a web browser and a mouse? Got a smartphone? Got an Internet connection? Just click. It’s that easy,” said Arsanjani. “HyperMeeting and HyperOffice both work online, anytime, anywhere, using any browser — on any PC, Mac, or handheld device. Even smartphones – including the iPhone. Without the hassle. There’s nothing for you to install, fix, upgrade and patch, because HyperMeeting and HyperOffice both operate as webware, as software-as-a-service.”
HyperOffice Inc., (https://www.hyperoffice.com), is a leading provider of Enterprise Collaboration Software and tools for growing organizations. The company offers a simple and affordable suite of Intranet and Extranet software that provides new and growing businesses essential tools to collaborate, communicate, and manage information from any browser running on any platform. First launched in 1998, Online Business Collaboration Solutions provider HyperOffice is used around the world by a growing number of innovative businesses.
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