Philadelphia, PA – Conference Room Systems, better known as “CRS”, is now offering free Zoom Video Conferencing licenses for demonstration purposes online. Zoom Video Communications video conferencing product is powerful new web based productivity tool for hosting meetings with up to 200 people face to face. CRS has decided to offer free licenses to demonstrate the value which is understated by Zoom’s price point which well below competitors such as GoToMeeting and WebEX.
Paul Richards, Business Development for CRS notes “It just makes sense for CRS to give free trials of Zoom video conferencing to our customers. Currently we are offering 25% off a annual subscription just for signing up. That’s a huge savings for our corporate customers.” CRS has to pay for Zoom video conferencing licenses but Richards notes “Zoom is a sticky software, meaning once you start using Zoom you won’t want to go back to your old conferencing software. So we think it’s the best way to introduce the product.”
To sign up for a free Zoom video conferencing license users can simply visit http://ConferenceRoomSystems.com and click on the “Meeting Software” cloud on the homepage. Users then have the choice to sign up for a free trial on any of the Zoom video conferencing products. Zoom actually offers several video communication subscriptions including: Pro, Business, Webinar, Large Meeting and Room Connectors.
Sign up for a free trial here: http://info.conferenceroomsystems.com/try-zoom-free-0
About Conference Room Systems:
CRS specializes in USB based video conferencing equipment for the conference room. You won’t find traditional H.323 & SIP video conferencing endpoints on CRS because we focus only on the emerging PC-based conferencing equipment that supports cloud based solutions such as: Skype for Business, GoToMeeting, WebEX and Zoom.US