DOWNLOAD & HTML5
Download & HTML5
|Chat, Polls and Q&As|
|Invite speaker on stage|
|Webcam & Screensharing|
|Join webinars via phone (dial-in)|
|Smart forms & Enrichment|
|Registration and events widgets|
|Registration source tracking|
|Advanced custom branding|
|Notification emails & Reminders|
|Advanced email customization|
|Native CRM integrations|
|Custom Tag integration|
|Google Analytics integration|
Adobe Connect was originally launched in 2012. As an Adobe proprietary software, logically it relied on Flash, which is not supported anymore by many browsers today. Soon the technology will be discarded and Adobe themselves has already announced it.
Using Flash today can cause connection issues for certain participants.
Cisco Webex is a web-conferencing tool that provides a suite of video-conferencing products from webinars to meetings. The company was created in 1995 and was acquired by Cisco in 2007.
Regarding webinars, Webex provides a solution called Webex Events (and Webcasting for bigger events) that functions with a native app and through phone dial-in.
Having something to download adds friction for registrants and will reduce your webinar's attendance overall. Downloading a third party software every time to attend a webinar is usually not recommended in a B2B configuration (network, firewalls, etc.).
With Livestorm's entirely web-based experience, no download is required. You will bring more people to your webinars and miss less opportunities only for technical reasons.
Providing a frictionless experience to participants directly increases the average attendance in every webinar session. Hence the need for a no-download webinar solution.
Not supporting the new standards in live video streaming (HTML5) can result in delays between the presenter and what the participants actually view (and can create confusion), poor user experience or worst: connectivity issues.
Livestorm works in WebRTC. Real-time, with no install required from the participants nor the hosts.
Livestorm comes with analytics that give you a better understanding of your webinars’ audience, and lets you segment it: registrants to attendees ratio, expanded data on all participants (company, company size, industry etc.).
If you're hosting a sales webinar, all this data is available for you to properly target warmer leads afterwards.
If you're hosting a training webinar, it will be easier then to identify customers that need more care from your Customer Success team.