, the innovative web-based video conferencing solution from the meetings experts at
(NYSE: PGI), was named the gold winner in the Best New Product category for this year’s Best in Biz Awards – the only national business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts.
“iMeet’s web-based video conferencing helps people meet and collaborate anytime, anywhere – without the hassle and expense of room-based video systems,” said Boland T. Jones, PGi founder, chairman and CEO. “We are thrilled that the Best in Biz Awards sees iMeet’s value as a business-class video collaboration solution for any device and every user.”
iMeet users enjoy the benefits of simple, in-the-cloud video meetings without the hassles of software downloads, hardware investments or IT support. And with the recent launch of the iMeet mobility suite – including
– iMeet works from every computer, tablet or mobile device, helping users collaborate and stay productive wherever they are. Since launching in January 2011, the iMeet community has grown to nearly 60,000 people who engage in better online meetings every day.
More than 150 entries were received for the Best in Biz 2011 awards program, from an impressive array of public and private companies spanning various industries, sectors and regions. The top entrants in each category were awarded gold, silver or bronze awards to recognize the best product and people in American business.
Winners of Best in Biz Awards 2011 were determined by scores from a panel of judges from top-tier business and technology publications, as well as analyst firms. The 20 judges on this year’s panel boast more than 470 years of combined experience and have written for more than 180 consumer, business, financial, trade and technology publications nationwide.