SAN DIEGO, Oct. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis Digital hit the market with a bang in 2013 with the release of the hit broadcast software, WebinarJam. In 2015, they followed up this success with the much-improved WebinarJam Studio (WJS). WJS, based on proven Google technology, has been a runaway success -- recently bringing their 30,000th subscriber on board.
But what about the customers who want to choose their own Content Delivery Network (CDN)? The folks who don't want YouTube or Google branding on their broadcasts? The people who want near-realtime performance? High Def quality?
Yes, it's time for a new, improved WebinarJam.
Now, don't get us wrong. Genesis Digital has a top-notch in-house development team. But for an ambitious project like this, and because they want it available as soon as possible, they decided to find the best WebRTC shop to create our new broadcast solution. Two of them, actually.
Why two? A few reasons:
- This is an ambitious project. The new WebinarJam is going to be the big advancement in live broadcasting. By pursuing redundant development, they increase the odds of making it to market by the deadline (December 2016).
- The teams hired are the best, full of smart people. Each group has ideas the other hasn't thought of. Already, their cross-pollination has resulted in more robust solutions for both groups.
- When all is said and done, they will have two complete solutions each with their own features and capabilities. There are plans for further development, not just to a better WebinarJam, but a whole suite of follow-on applications. With two technology paths, the options for development are twice as rich.
"Two is one, and one is none," is an old adage their CEO likes to quote. It's the reason aerospace companies solicit multiple bids. It's the reason for the proverb, "Don't put all your eggs in one basket." Sure, hiring two vendors to work on the same project might seem like a luxury, one that competitors might be unable to afford, but in the end, ensuring the success of the new WebinarJam for their customers is a price worth paying.
It's why the new WebinarJam is going to knock your socks off in Q4 2016.
Genesis Digital, LLC is a San Diego based E-Commerce SaaS company serving 30,000+ customers since 2013. www.genesisdigital.co
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