Brainshark Unveils Brainshark Express

Dec 20, 2005

Brainshark, a provider of on-demand rich media communications solutions, has announced its Brainshark Express product line for the small and mid-sized business (SMB) sector and individual business professionals. Brainshark Express is a suite of Web -based software applications to enable on-demand communication using rich media.

The Brainshark Express Suite--which includes Express, Express Pro, and an Express Free Trial edition-- is specifically designed to meet the needs of small businesses, as well as groups and project teams within enterprise organizations. Each Express product works seamlessly via the Internet, allowing creation of rich-media communications such as interactive presentations, training modules, and the ability to capture and track viewer data. There are no software downloads required, and no microphones to install. Brainshark Express is a hosted service, allowing professionals to enjoy implementation without having to invest in additional network infrastructure or IT staff.

Features of the Brainshark Express Suite include: Brainshark Express Free Trial--a free single-user solution providing a way to add voice to a presentation, track viewing activity, and capture viewer data. The free trial includes 15 minutes of stored presentation content and 50 views per month; Brainshark Express--for the small business or home office professional, Brainshark Express is available starting at $99 per month, providing 30 minutes of stored content and 250 views with the option of upgrading to more capacity; and Brainshark Express Pro--for a single user or project users within a larger company, Brainshark Express Pro is a package for individual contributors looking to incorporate communications into their initiatives and programs. Express Pro includes additional capabilities for enhancing and editing presentation content, and additional reporting options. Brainshark Express and Express Free Trial will be available on December 21st at the Web site. Express Pro will be available in Q1 2006.