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Cvent Event Management


Online software for event management & hospitality

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Cvent provides online event planning and management, web survey and email marketing software for event planners, attendees, and hospitality venues across industries, globally. The software supports the entire event lifecycle, from marketing and initial registration through to event check-in & beyond

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The platform for modern webinars, virtual, and hybrid events

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BigMarker combines powerful video technology with robust marketing and interactive experience capabilities to create unique branded events. BigMarker is a true end-to-end webinar marketing solution that was built with marketers in mind.

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The most complete webinar platform

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WebinarGeek is a cloud-based webinar software, which provides tools for delivering live webinar streaming. The platform also offers advanced marketing tools such as custom web forms, calls to action, feedback collection, registration management, and more.

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The most advanced and customizable webinar platform

visit website is a cloud-based webinar software that helps both small teams and enterprises manage webinars and online meetings. It lets any sales, HR, or marketing team easily perform online events for their audiences.

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Zoho Meeting


Web conferencing tool to host online meetings and webinars.

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Host engaging webinars right from your browsers without any downloads. Screen/application sharing, webcam, polls, chat and more.

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Webinar hosting software

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WebinarJam is a webinar hosting software which supports live casting, event streaming & webinar broadcasting with multi-language & advanced analytical tools

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TwentyThree Webinars


Cloud-based webinar software for marketing teams

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TwentyThree Webinars is a cloud-based software that helps businesses conduct live webinars to facilitate audience engagement and marketing operations. Supervisors can create multiple webinar rooms and customize the registration page by adding brand logo, colors, images, descriptions, and more.

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Host your virtual, hybrid and in-person events in one place.

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Accelevents is the only enterprise-grade event software platform that is easy to customize and use. We support virtual, hybrid and in-person events of any size.

Book a demo, and we'll show you how to manage all your events with one powerful software solution.

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Build every event with Bizzabo

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Build every in-person, virtual, and hybrid event with Bizzabo's next-generation event management platform. The Event Experience OS is a data-rich open platform that empowers Event Experience Leaders to manage events, engage audiences, activate communities, and deliver powerful business outcomes.

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Virtual Events | Vibrant Networking | Vivid Experience

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Hubilo is the virtual + hybrid event platform built for engagement and event excellence. It is built for security, compliance and integrated with the world’s popular tools.

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Ecamm Live


Multi-channel live streaming solution

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Ecamm Live is an all-in-one live streaming & video production studio. Quickly & easily create professional live stream broadcasts or pre-produced videos right from your Mac. Connect cameras, add graphics, share your screen, bring on interview guests, use a green screen... Ecamm Live does it all.

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Video conferencing tool with background noise suppression

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RemoteMeeting is a web-based video conferencing software designed to help businesses, governments, nonprofit organizations, and individuals join meetings using existing web browsers and connect with people using any device.

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Zoom Meetings


Video conferencing & web conferencing for teams of all sizes

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Zoom is a scalable, cloud based video conferencing & web conferencing platform enabling online meetings, webinars, file sharing, group messaging, and more

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GoTo Meeting


Online meeting software with HD video conferencing

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Get a fast, easy and reliable professional solution that enables customers to connect with colleagues through in-meeting chat or conference calling, and screenshare their presentations, all with the click of a button. The Meeting solution from GoTo Connect pairs productivity with flexibility.

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Microsoft Teams


Chat-based workspace in Office 365

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Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace in Microsoft 365 which lets users collaborate on documents, make voice & video conference calls, view chat logs, and more. Teams has replaced Skype for Business as Microsoft's online meeting solution.

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Zoom Video Webinars


Webinar platform for live streaming online events

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Zoom Video Webinars is designed to help businesses host webinars, engage with audiences, and facilitate communication with internal and external stakeholders. It enables presenters to manage audience interruptions, utilize virtual backgrounds and studio effects, and suppress background noise during video streams.

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One app for everything. And everyone.

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Webex brings together Calling, Meeting and Messaging modes of collaboration into a seamless, engaging, inclusive and intelligent experience.

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GoTo Webinar


Video conferencing and webinar hosting for large events

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As an online webinar solution that powers millions of webinars each year, GoTo Webinar now comes as part of GoTo Connect, an all-in-one communications software built for SMBs.

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Online conferencing and meeting tool

learn more is an online conferencing and meeting tool that lets multiple people from multiple locations connect with each other at the same time.

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One video platform. All your video needs.

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Vimeo is the world's leading all-in-one video software platform. We provide a range of cloud-based and desktop software solutions that enable any professional, team, or organization to unlock the power of video.

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Cisco Jabber


Web conferencing, unified communications, voice & video call

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Cisco Jabber is a unified communications tool that provides businesses with instant messaging, voice & video calls, voice messaging, and web conferencing. Features include file sharing, call forwarding, desktop sharing, persistent chat, active in-call controls, smartwatch compatibility, and more.

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Engage your audience with better video communication

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Livestorm is a browser-based video communication platform that easily connects teams on the device of their choice to promote, host, and analyze online events.

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Webinar and video streaming management solution

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Restream helps users stream live, as well as recorded, content to audiences across various social media channels including YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, Mixer, Periscope & more. Users can monitor bitrate, frames per second (FPS), and frame drops across videos to improve the streaming quality.

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Adobe Connect


Web conferencing solution for schools and organizations

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Adobe Connect is a cloud-based web conferencing solution designed to help businesses, public agencies, and educational institutions organize meetings and training sessions. Features include customizable branding, team collaboration, engagement analytics, remote access, reporting & document sharing.

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Online webinar solution for marketers

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Demio helps marketers create, launch and manage live, automated or recorded webinars, facilitating engagement with prospects and clients. The white-label platform enables organizations to personalize webinar rooms using custom logos, colors and themes to establish brand identity.

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Buyers Guide


Event planning was once restricted by time and location. Now, however, companies can host virtual, interactive events and learning sessions using webinar software, overcoming the traditional barriers. 

Webinars allow businesses to reach existing and potential customers, especially those in the early buying cycle stages, and connect employees as more companies adopt a remote work culture. 

Webinar software solutions typically offer features such as event management and functionalities designed for an interactive experience. In this buyers guide, we’ll look at their core features in depth.

Here’s what we’ll cover: 

What is webinar software?

Webinar software is designed to help businesses conduct interactive, virtual events and distribute recorded promotional and educational presentations to employees and existing or potential customers. 

What are the deployment options for webinar software?

Most webinar software solutions are cloud-based but there are a few on-premise options. When choosing between cloud-based and on-premise deployments, consider your business needs and the pros and cons of each model. 

Cloud-based software is hosted on the vendor’s or a third-party’s cloud server and is accessible through any device connected to the internet. You can access the software by paying a monthly or yearly subscription fee, and the vendor manages support, maintenance, and data storage for you. 

With cloud-based software, the upfront costs tend to be lesser than with on-premise solutions, but you might end up spending more in the long term. 

On-premise software is hosted on your business’s server, which means you are responsible for the maintenance, upgrades, support, and data storage. You can access the software on any device connected to your internal server. 

On-premise solutions require a one-time payment for the license and can pay off over the long run. However, you should consider the time and effort it will require to manage the software internally. 

Key questions to ask a vendor before you buy: When thinking through the deployment options, consider your business needs and goals. Try to identify aspects, such as the number of users that will need to access the platform.

Ask the following questions: 

  • Is there any form of customer support available for the on-premise solution?

  • How many people can we support with our preferred plan? How much will the cost increase if we need to accommodate more users?

  • Can users access the full platform through web browsers or will they need to download a desktop application?

What are some common features of webinar software?

Here are some common features of webinar software that can help your business manage webinar events and make them more interactive and engaging. 

Event management: Easily manage the logistics of upcoming events—schedule dates, send invites, collect attendee details, etc.  

Event Management

Event management in Demio

Live chat: Make webinars more interactive by allowing participants to use the chat function to ask or answer questions in real time. 

Live Chat

Live chat in ClickMeeting

Screen sharing: Enable presenters to share their computer screen with participants for dynamic presentations and to ensure everyone is one the same page.  

Screen Sharing

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Customizable branding: Make your company’s webinar its own by adding customized logos and colors to the interface.

Customized Branding

Customizable branding in BigMarker

Polls/voting: Create quick polls or quizzes during presentations to keep people engaged. 

Voting Polls

Polls in Crowdcast 

Analytics/reporting: Track and view webinar performance metrics. 

Analytics Dashboard

Analytics/reporting in GoToWebinar

Key questions to ask a vendor before you buy: Webinar software features are not limited to the ones listed above. Ask vendors what they offer. 

  • What third-party applications will we be able to integrate with the software (e.g., AI transcription, background noise cancellation, customer relationship management, file sharing, analytics, and email applications)?

  • How feasible is it to record webinars and share them through email and social media?

  • Does the software offer secure file sharing that is compliant with our industry standards?

  • Can hosts and attendees receive alerts and notifications within the platform?

  • Does the platform support multiple webinar hosts? 

  • Can the software be accessed through mobile devices?

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Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context, and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations, obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.