Dimdim (www.dimdim.com), the easy, open source web meeting company, has received the 2009 Webware 100 award for Communication category by Webware, a CNET site. The Web 2.0 user community cast more than 630,000 votes in an online voting poll which ultimately selected the winners. Finalists for the 2009 Webware 100 Awards were selected by the editors of Webware.
“This annual listing has become such an essential resource for people who want to learn more about Web 2.0 and the many ways it can help them stay connected,” said Rafe Needleman, editor at Webware and CNET. “The Web 2.0 community and our editors ultimately selected the very best sites, services and applications that have made a lasting impression.”
The 2009 Webware 100 Awards recognize the best Web 2.0 sites, services, and applications that are leading the next wave of innovation. Webware editors received and reviewed thousands of entries. A complete list of the winners can be found at www.webware.com/100
“We are excited to have received the WebWare 100 Award,” said Steve Chazin, chief marketing officer at Dimdim. “We feel this is a testament to our users who have pushed us to provide one of the best solutions on the web.”
DimDim is a Web conferencing company that provides an easy-to-use platform for real-time, rich-media collaboration and meetings. The easy, affordable and open source web meeting technology requires no software to download and takes only one click to start or join a web conference that can be attended from any web browser. The meeting can easily be recorded and shared with others as a URL or embeddable code. Dimdim’s comprehensive feature set includes: screen/desktop sharing, audio, private and group chat/IM, video, white boarding, document sharing, recording of meetings, reporting, widgets, and more. Dimdim offers free, Pro and enterprise class products that meet the needs of any individual or organization and is used by more than two million people worldwide.
DimDim, the easy, affordable and open source web conferencing solution, empowers anyone to hold interactive, virtual presentations – with no downloads required. Whether a replacement for bulkier, more expensive legacy solutions or a complement to current processes, Dimdim enables individuals and organizations of any size to meet with ease online. Dimdim has integrated its solution with dozens of complementary services in its aims to democratize the web. Already used by millions worldwide, Dimdim provides multiple free and commercial on-premise and cloud-based solutions capable of supporting thousands of attendees per meeting. Dimdim is backed by the original investors in Skype, Hotmail, and MySQL and is based in Hyderabad, India and Boston, USA.
For more information, please visit www.dimdim.com