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ReadyTalk

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ReadyTalk

ReadyTalk is a great sales and marketing tool, and is even better for product demonstrations. We haven't yet used ReadyTalk for internal uses, but I feel that it would also be effective for employee trainings, etc. We primarily use ReadyTalk when we have a larger prospective client who is interested in a more detailed presentation after an initial call has already been made.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Performance & Compatibility of Online Events Software

ReadyTalk
8.2
High quality audio
ReadyTalk
8.4
High quality video
ReadyTalk
8.1
Low bandwidth requirements
ReadyTalk
8.1
Mobile support
ReadyTalk
8.2

Screen Sharing

ReadyTalk
8.2
Desktop sharing
ReadyTalk
8.1
Whiteboards
ReadyTalk
8.3

Online Meetings / Events

ReadyTalk
8.5
Calendar integration
ReadyTalk
8.3
Meeting initiation
ReadyTalk
8.0
Integrates with social media
ReadyTalk
8.3
Record meetings / events
ReadyTalk
9.0
Slideshows
ReadyTalk
8.6

Online Events Collaboration

ReadyTalk
8.9
Live chat
ReadyTalk
9.1
Audience polling
ReadyTalk
9.1
Q&A
ReadyTalk
8.6

Online Events Security

ReadyTalk
8.4
User authentication
ReadyTalk
8.5
Participant roles & permissions
ReadyTalk
8.7
Confidential attendee list
ReadyTalk
8.0

Pros

  • ReadyTalk provides a safe and secure conference network for you to host conversations and conduct business.
  • Easy access to a shared communication line.
  • Integrates well with other internal solutions.
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Cons

  • Customer support is less than helpful and incredibly hard to get in touch with and get issues resolved in a timely manner
  • It is not possible to schedule multiple simu-live broadcasts at the same time without purchasing a second instance
  • There is not a direct integration to Marketo that works easily
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Usability

ReadyTalk7.0
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ReadyTalk is easy to use, but I did find the initial integration to Outlook a bit cumbersome. I couldn't tell you how to do it now - someone else had to walk me through it when I started at the company. We also have a lot of issues with people trying to use their computers for audio; often, it stops working entirely mid-meeting
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Alternatives Considered

Other regions in our organization have implemented WebEx. We have experienced poor audio and lack of customer service in our region. For quick interoffice communication and screen share, we use Skype for Business. Many people who have had the choice between WebEx and ReadyTalk will, more times than not, request a ReadyTalk account to be created. They feel the interface is much simpler to adapt. WebEx is not super friendly, especially on the backend of the tool.
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Return on Investment

  • We currently use ReadTalk to drive awareness
  • We are able to reach much more vast audiences we have not previously connected with due to time differences
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Pricing Details

ReadyTalk

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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