Challenged by world-class competitors, manufacturing companies in the United States have undergone a renaissance in the last decade. The renaissance started on the shop floor with an emphasis on built-in quality, the elimination of waste, and faster throughputs. But attention quickly turned upstream to product development. We were able to help in this endeavor by webcasting an event to company engineers around the globe. Over a 12-day period we were able to broadcast a live webcast to all the offices so the teams could view the integration of new product designs.
A Global Reach
Multiple delivery options allow you to significantly increase your exposure for a fraction of the cost of traditional providers. We use worldwide content delivery, as well as cloud computing hosting, to ensure seamless delivery.
Archiving Your Live Webcast
The value of live webcasts can be extended with the archive — by leveraging your valuable content to other mediums. Incorporating chats, twitter feeds, message boards, in to your webcast, helps you promote and carry the conversation with your audience.
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production