iMeetiMeet® sets a new standard by putting a personal face to your companies sales presentations. During the meeting, iMeet integrates social networking applications such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube, just by clicking the personal Cube.

We think getting closer in meetings is a good thing for people and for business, and this is why we think iMeet® will work well in enhancing your company image, developing rapport, and closing the sale.

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Why We Like iMeet

Simple, personal and intuitive

  • Integrates social media Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, YouTube
  • Integrates with mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, and Android
  • Designed for simple easy to use HD-quality video conferencing with added PowerPoint presentation and file sharing, with upto 125 people
  • Integrated, crystal clear audio
  • Flash based technology simplifies video streaming and youtube integration
  • Can be used with any operating system
  • No downloads required
  • Good Outlook integration

Best Features

  • You get your own personalized meeting room online
  • You can personalize your room with custom backgrounds
  • When participants speak, their webcam cube glows
  • Host can pass control to another presenter
  • It’s free for guests to join
  • No downloads required
  • Integration with Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin allows you to click on a guest for a bio and photos to get to know each other during your face to face meetings
  • You can quickly add video streaming from YouTube with iMeet® integration
  • You can email files straight to your meeting room to share
  • Open your presentation deck and share Powerpoint® slides

Why buy iMeet through us?

  • We offer free Technical Support for both Web and Audio together (both are required for Web Conferencing).
  • We are Vendor Independent, No-Obligation, Web Conferencing Consultants that will always advise you of the best Web Conferencing solution to meet your companies requirements
  • Value Added Service – we offer an added guarantee to help resolve any service issues