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IDEAL Adds Conference on Demand to IntraNETIX Suite of Products

Thursday, September 05, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Provides Secure Online Meeting Room for Collaboration September 4, 2002, Rockville, MD - IDEAL announces Conference on Demand, a secure, customized virtual conference room designed for a single online meeting or presentation. This stand-alone module in IDEAL's IntraNETIX suite of products enables large format collaboration online. IDEAL sets up the room for the user, scans their drawings, loads the drawings into the room and sends out meeting invitations for the user via email. All the conference participants do is log in to the meeting. Conference on Demand is targeted to contractors and subcontractors, facilities managers, architects, engineers, reprographers and GIS. Smaller companies, in particular, find the convenience of Conference on Demand a benefit. It cuts the costs and demands for travel, enables live dialog, real-time document sharing and co-editing. Users can view applications and share desktops. "With Conference on Demand, users can sample IDEAL's Online Conferencing services and grow into monthly or yearly subscriptions over time," states Jay Magenheim, President of IDEAL.com, located in Rockville, MD. "Conference on Demand is a convenient way to get everyone on the same large format drawing at the same time." IDEAL's Conference on Demand and Online Conferencing provide live dialog, real-time document sharing and co-editing, and controlled virtual meetings and presentations - all wrapped in several layers of security and delivered in a simple, intuitive Web-based interface. IDEAL invites qualified users to sample Conference on Demand for free at http://www.ideal.com/promo.




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