Webinars · Saas

Is there a presentation platform that allows you to record and schedule a webinar?

Grant Sernick Co-Founder at LoyolyPRO

May 8th, 2015

About 6 months ago, I came across a web presentation platform that allowed Sales people the ability to record a webinar, then schedule that webinar as if it were a live presentation. Users would sign up and attend the webinar, and if questions were asked (they thought it was live) it would send an email to the organizer so that it could be answered in real time.

What's the name of the platform? Gold star to anyone who can help!

Arthur Veytsman Founder at Immerss, 6x Entrepreneur & Angel Investor. Building relationships with Angel Investors worldwide.

May 9th, 2015

Grant, you just described my product. We went live 2 weeks ago. You can do live webinars on the fly. Better then that our system allows bi-directional video so it is fully interactive. Please check it immerss.com  out and ping me directly.

Matt Weeks CEO & Co-Founder, HealthyOps (the Healthcare Informatics service of WorkersCount)

May 8th, 2015

Grant-- it is probably ClearSlide. https://www.clearslide.com/ if not, it may also be Citrix GoToMeeting /GoToWebinar. https://www.citrix.com/products/gotowebinar/overview.html I use both and am a fan of both. They are good for different things but I think you will find what you are looking for in one of those two vendors. ClearSlide is a bit more expensive, but it focuses on a different kind of sales path and need. You can "force" ClearSlide to do almost the same thing (absent the "sign up to attend"--- it merely pushes the links and the Webinar to your target(s)) And GoToWebinar is a bit more targeting large groups of pre-sorted (I won't say qualified) people. Hope this helps. Matthew Weeks Direct: 650-866-9144 please note new cell FAX: 650-590-6968 email reply: matthew.c.weeks@gmail.com @mattweeks LinkedIn skype: matthewweeks

Anonymous

May 8th, 2015

Grant, 

Here are 2 that I have experienced and seemed to work ok.

1 https://www.brighttalk.com/marketing-solutions/marketing-platform/
example: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/43/98149

2 http://www.startmeeting.com/features
example: https://www.startmeeting.com/wall/161-623-860

David Schwartz Multi-Platform (Desktop+Mobile) Rapid Prototyping + Dev, Tool Dev

May 8th, 2015

This is exactly what Evergreen Business Systems does. Maybe you're thinking of something else, tho. 

Ankur Shukla Founder & CEO at Kudos Interactive Ltd.

May 8th, 2015

I know http://webinarignition.com that can do what you are looking for.

I am not associated with that company/product but just someone who follows the niche :)

Cheers

Madhu Chamarty

May 8th, 2015

Fuze.com or Zoom.us?

Michael Clay Technology Consultant at Katerazi

May 8th, 2015

This sounds like a program called Webinar Jam Studio, although there are many out there and more every day. Seems like everybody is on the Webinar bandwagon nowdays

Matt Weeks CEO & Co-Founder, HealthyOps (the Healthcare Informatics service of WorkersCount)

May 8th, 2015

I just took a quick look at Evergreen.  It looks like it is the one.  If we dumb-down the hype about promoting direct marketing/fat loss/ viagra/ MLM/ how-to webinars and systems, it looks like it could be leveraged for a number of interesting and "normal" marketing and even customer engagement/ customer care and drip value-add activities.  I'm going to check it out.  The price seems very high, unless you are being suckered into some "make $24,000 per day from the beach" crap.  But worth a look.
If anyone has an alternative that looks like 1/5 the price please post.   This is very very productized however and while the price looks high, I'm suspecting that the time saved in setting-up, customizing, tracking, follow-up and lead nurturing, will likely make up for the high price.
Thoughts from this group?


removed Remover Freelance Software Product Developer at Greenfield Innovation

May 8th, 2015

Jing and Screen Hero come to mind

Michael Stricklen Founder and CTO at Stricklen Consulting

May 8th, 2015

Sounds like it could be BrainShark. HTH, Michael Sent from my iPhone