User Survey Indicates PresenterNet and Webex Serve Common Customers


Carlsbad, CA - PresenterNet, provider of online interactive Web presentation services, today released results of a user survey detailing the reasons why Webex users add PresenterNet online capabilities.

More than 40 percent of PresenterNet users are already experienced Webex users, when they evaluate and elect PresenterNet. The survey report available at www.presenternet.com contrasts features of the two services and their resulting applications.

"PresenterNet is not the same kind of service as Webex," explained CEO Doug Wolfgram. "Our service has many unique features that enable users to work in environments where Webex doesn't fit."

The survey report indicates that users are dramatically increasing their usage of Web conferencing and online presentations and moving these capabilities into a wider variety of applications. It compares features and capabilities of both services to determine how users fit them into their respective environments.

"The demands for Web conferencing and online presentations are growing rapidly," Wolfgram stated. "This growth is evidenced by the huge number of first-time users, and also by the number of user organizations that are expanding their usage. Existing users are smart, innovative and recognize the value of key features like interactive onscreen audience response, and our Application Showrooms", he added.

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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