June 2001
Financial Executive;Jun2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p14
Academic Journal
The article reports on communication software applications. Presenter Inc. develops software applications which allow customers to present line-of-business knowledge and they have released their product Mobile Playback Option. Playback will grant mobile professionals the ability to watch and listen to PowerPoint presentations from pocket personal computers. Presenter's product also supports Microsoft Windows Media Player. Customers create their PowerPoint presentations and then upload them to the Presenter Web site.


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