Vidizmo Presents Itself Well
I recently stumbled upon a company that I found quite interesting, and thought I’d give it some overdue exposure. Vidizmo is an online video Mashup platform for creating, managing, and delivering rich media content. Its interactive usability makes it an ideal option for online video presentations or trainings, and would be useful for startups or expansion stage companies to use as a resource for delivering and analyzing content in an efficient and cost effective manner. With their Live Presenter & Recorder, organizations can deliver live webcasts, campus wide lectures, capture lectures, online training, conferences, webinars, and add rewind effect with recording capability.
I think a lot of high schools and colleges could really use some of these tools to their advantage, and Vidizmo is already gaining credibility in that department. “It was easy to create a mashup presentation using VIDIZMO for graduate students and teachers in a Master’s program in educational technology. I used it to demonstrate Web 2.0 technology, ensure videos were watched, and to communicate written material on the subject,” said instructor David Kaminski, who is also a Technology Facilitator in charge of the TV Studio at Clarkstown North High School.
It doesn’t appear that Vidizmo is looking for investors at this point, and have not yet raised any venture funding. They recently announced a partnership with Microsoft, and have a good diverse pool of products and services behind their SaaS vision. I’m sure you’ll be hearing more about them, and their offerings are worth checking out.
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