Press Release Summary:
Key-presentations.com delivers conference-style presentations on emerging issues and lets viewer decide when and where to access information. Professionally filmed, streamed, and presented with succinct PowerPoint slides, presentations give data and business perspectives that help users make strategic decisions. Presentations include Wireless Applications in Manufacturing and Fundamentals of Communication Networks, both read by expert in respective fields.
Original Press Release:
Announcing the World's First Virtual Conference Centre for Professionals of All Levels
Announcing the World's First Virtual Conference Centre
Key-presentations.com is a new virtual conference centre that delivers conference-style presentations on emerging issues. The virtual centre delivers information on industry-specific issues by sourcing out experts in their fields to present. Professionally filmed, streamed and presented with succinct PowerPoint slides, the presentations help professionals become more competitive in the workplace by delivering information on individuals own schedules.
"Our competitive advantages over traditional conferences is that Key Presentations.com delivers the information faster and at a fraction of the cost" said Maurice Aguayo, President and founder of Key Presentations.com. "Key Presentations.com lets the viewer decide when and where they want to access information. We bring the conference presentations to the viewer's desktop, saving them time and money," he added.
As the worlds first conference centre, Key Presentations.com delivers the best presentations possible to help executives of all levels make strategic decisions. The pre-recorded, streamed presentations give members value-added data and business perspectives to help them make strategic decisions. Designed to fit viewer's schedule and learning style, Key-Presentations delivers the information members need, when they need it.
Among our growing list of presentations, we have new presentations on Wireless Applications in Manufacturing and the Fundamentals of Communication Networks both from a University Assistant Professor and consultant on Network Infrastructure, Operations Management and System & Security.
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