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NetConference.com

January 25, 2011 12:48 ET

NetConference™ -- Your Office In The Cloud™ -- Launches Beta Site

Not Just Another Web Conferencing Tool But an Entire Business Application Suite for a Low Monthly Fee

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - January 25, 2011) - NetConference™ -- Your Office In The Cloud™ officially launched its online suite of business tools at the Consumer Electronics Show this January to an overwhelming receptive audience. In just two weeks time worldwide membership to the site increased 1900%.

Over four years in the development, NetConference.com is a virtual conference room and office in the cloud designed specifically to stand above all other web conferencing business tools in the marketplace. "A cohesive system of online business tools," as touted by Forbes.com, NetConference.com with its 25 unique functionalities is a patent-pending SVOD (shared video on demand) system that transforms the world of communication from archaic email chains to rich media video emails, interactive forums, blogs, teams, chats, issue tracking, video conferencing, shared files, social network functionalities for businesses and organizations, and much more. Hold business meetings from any location in the world, from any computer, host webinars up to 5,000 users, record virtual meetings/presentations and store them for future reference in this ultimate online communications and collaboration system.

NetConference.com is installed on the Rackspace Cloud allowing infinite scalability at a moment's notice, with no limitations of space or memory. The technology is browser based and works on Mac, Linux, Android and Windows. The monthly cost is a mere $29.99 per month.

"This is the most efficient way of doing business," states CEO/Co-Founder Brian Weiner. "This technology was developed out of personal need. I was working on a virtual world and needed shared video on demand. It did not exist at the time." Then he was introduced to Kevin Upton who was very far down the line in creating this technology. They met on the phone, formed a joint venture called NxtGenTV and agreed never to meet until the product launched. "We would use our product solely to interact with our team to purposely identify any shortcomings while building it," states CTO/Co-Founder Kevin Upton. Four and a half years later, Kevin and Brian met for the first time, face-to-face, when they launched their product at CES.

Go to www.netconference.com and sign up for a free one-month trial period.

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