Friday, January 30, 2015

Frost & Sullivan Analysis of the Global Web Conferencing Market Released this Week

New research was released earlier this week from Frost & Sullivan showing the growth and expansion of the Global Web Conferencing Market.

As ProtonMedia's own customer feedback would corroborate, the research findings show that “vanilla” web conferencing solutions are inadequate and organizations are recognizing the need to deploy more comprehensive productivity tools, especially when it comes to using those tools to deliver engaging learning content.

The analysis that resonated most with us was this comment by Frost & Sullivan Unified Communications & Collaboration Industry Director Roopam Jain. He said, "The convergence of synchronous and asynchronous tools is leading to the emergence of all-in-one virtual workspaces that offer always-on messaging, instant voice, video, Web multipoint meetings, and content sharing in a team-centric space. Built on the premise of the continuity of collaboration even after the meeting has concluded, these virtual workspaces are expected to become a central repository for contacts, meetings, and content, making collaboration solutions stickier."

Throw in some avatars and if that's not a better description of ProtoSphere, I don't know what is. ;-)

You can read more about the analysis here.


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