|By PR Newswire||
|January 17, 2013 09:38 PM EST||
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The developers and staff at iPresent, the leading tablet platform for sales and marketing collateral, are delighted to announce the preview of iPresent version 2.0 at Macworld/iWorld in San Francisco this month.
One of the headline features to be previewed is iPresent Multicast, which allows users of iPresent to broadcast their presentations directly to other iPads, allowing delegates to see branded content on their own device, without the need for them to download iPresent themselves.
iPresent Founder and CEO, Phil Lenton, said, "Since we launched a year ago, iPresent has had a fantastic reception, especially in the US, and we're thrilled to be able to preview a host of new features, including iPresent Multicast, at one of the most popular exhibitions in our industry, Macworld/iWorld."
Recently iPresent responded to the demand of its substantial US customer base by opening a flagship office in the heart of Silicon Valley.
iPresent takes a company's sales and marketing collateral – PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, videos, white papers, etc – and enables the user to create great-looking menus and content, ideal for sales teams that are on the road. Once downloaded, no network connection is required and new update alerts are pushed out to users instantly.
Prices start from $21 per user per month and there is a one-month free trial available a www.ipresent.com.
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