PresenterNet Reports on Legal Safeguards for Web Conferencing Users


Carlsbad, CA - PresenterNet, provider of online interactive Web presentation services, today outlined recommendations for using Web conferencing as a protection against potential lawsuits. In a report entitled, "Web Conferencing Proves It" the company recounts opinions of its users and legal experts on how Web Presentations can document legal compliance, and provide records on content presented to specific clients or sales prospects.

In making the report public, PresenterNet CEO Douglas Wolfgram explained the company's objectives. "We feel that best practices for our users can provide a protection element where they might otherwise be legally vulnerable," he stated. "Obviously we all operate in an increasingly litigious environment. We're pleased to offer a technology that can provide precise proof of what was presented to any audience member at any moment in time."

The report goes on to explain how PresenterNet's Media Asset Management features ensure that presentation content always includes the latest approved materials. "Use of our Media Asset Management

features ensures that an entire enterprise sales force will present unedited content that has been approved by an authorized resource" said Wolfgram. "Any warnings or disclaimers required for regulatory compliance are always clearly and properly displayed."

The report "Web Conferencing Proves It" is posted at www.presenternet.com and may be downloaded.

About PresenterNet:

PresenterNet's online services emphasize high-impact interactive presentations, data collection from prospect interactions, database applications and customized reporting. The company has committed all of its products to compatibility with industry standards, such as Macromedia Flash, Macromedia FlashPaper, Microsoft Internet Explorer, PowerPoint, Mozilla Firefox, Linux, and Apple Macintosh, as well as emerging technology leaders like Skype. PresenterNet's founders have been developing and implementing sales and marketing technologies for nearly 25 years. Past clients have included Toshiba, SGI, Philips, NEC, ITT, Litton, Fujitsu, and HP.

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