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CAMBRIDGE, MA: Fuze, a global UCaaS solution provider, announces the launch of Fuze Managed Webcasting, a solution for organizing and broadcasting interactive presentations while reducing production and broadcast costs, time-to-market and engaging more attendees.
The solution caters to the online communication needs of global enterprise with a secure and reliable solution built to handle worldwide distribution. It helps participants attend meetings from any part of the world, without the need to download and install additional software.
Fuze Managed Webcasting can stream high quality audio or video presentations live or on-demand supporting all PowerPoint builds, animations, and embedded videos. With its user-friendly features the product can handle video feeds for live streaming, recording, or even international satellite broadcasting for more than 25,000 participants at a time. The solution also helps gather feedback and generate interaction and display responses on the go by asking poll questions to the audience.
Fuze Managed Webcasting enables its participants to connect from virtually anywhere, without the need to download or install any additional software. Its comprehensive analytics assists in tracking attendance, demographics, and behaviour inside every presentation. The solution’s Engagement Index authorizes user to define parameters and criteria to measure lead scoring, attendee engagement, content, and overall success of their event.
“Fuze Managed Webcasting gives customers simple but powerful customization capabilities and an intuitive user interface for an exceptional webcasting experience,” says Derek Yoo, CTO, Fuze. “The solution is perfect for situations with tens of thousands of participants such as marketing events, training and development, and product launches, where global reach and scale are needed. Additionally, we provide experienced event managers, technical support, and customer service, so organizers can focus on the content without fear of anything going wrong.”
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