Conferencing Systems

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ListEdTech is a market research firm that only tracks systems used in education. Our user-friendly portal offers data on more than 25 product categories, including Conferencing Systems. For this product category, we track almost 16,500 implementations, mainly in North America at the higher education level.

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What Are Conferencing Systems?

Conferencing Systems allow for remote communication and collaboration between students, faculty, and staff. They can support various modes of online communication and collaboration, such as webinars, video conferences, virtual meetings, and online classes. They typically offer features such as screen sharing, recording, polling, breakout rooms, and whiteboarding. Conferencing Systems are especially useful for online courses, virtual meetings, and distance learning programs.

In this Product Category, We Have Data on the Following Companies and Products

CompanyProductDegree Type
Adobe SystemsAdobe ConnectHigherEd & School Districts
Altia SystemsPanaCastHigherEd
AnthologyElluminate Live!HigherEd
Blindside NetworksBigBlueButtonHigherEd & School Districts
BlueJeans NetworkBlueJeansHigherEd & School Districts
CenturyLinkCenturylink Web ConferencingHigherEd
Cisco SystemsThe iLinc Suite (Web Conferencing Software)HigherEd
Cisco SystemsWebexHigherEd & School Districts
Class TechnologiesBlackboard Collaborate UltraHigherEd & School Districts
Class TechnologiesClass CollaborateHigherEd & School Districts
Class TechnologiesHorizon Wimba Live ClassroomHigherEd
ConexEDCranium CafeHigherEd
DialpadDialpad MeetingsHigherEd
Ensemble VideoEnsemble Video PlatformHigherEd & School Districts
GoogleGoogle MeetHigherEd & School Districts
Homegrown SystemsHomegrown ConferencingHigherEd
InSpace Proximity Inc.InSpaceHigherEd
InstructureCanvas StudioHigherEd
Intelligent Video SolutionsVALTHigherEd
KalturaKaltura Lecture CaptureHigherEd
Kinetic SolutionsKx ConferencingHigherEd
LoomLoom Video Recording ToolSchool District
McGraw-Hill EducationTegrity Campus 2.0HigherEd
MEDIAL Streaming LtdMEDIALHigherEd
Microsoft CorporationMicrosoft FlipHigherEd & School Districts
Microsoft CorporationMicrosoft StreamHigherEd & School Districts
Microsoft CorporationMicrosoft TeamsHigherEd & School Districts
Microsoft CorporationSkype for BusinessHigherEd & School Districts
NurevaNureva ConsoleHigherEd
PanoptoPanopto Screen RecordingHigherEd & School Districts
PexipPexip PlatformHigherEd
PlatformQ EducationConduitHigherEd
ProntoPronto communication hubHigherEd
ScreencastifyScreencastify VideoSchool District
ScreenPalScreenPalHigherEd & School Districts
ShareStreamShareStream Video PlatformHigherEd
SlackSlack connectHigherEd & School Districts
Sonic FoundryMediasite Enterprise Video PlatformHigherEd
StarLeafStarLeaf PlatformHigherEd
TechSmith CorporationCamtasia RelayHigherEd
TechSmith CorporationSnagitHigherEd
TechSmith CorporationTechSmith KnowmiaHigherEd
Top HatTop Hat SlateHigherEd
UbiCastMiris NetcaptureHigherEd
VbrickVBrick Enterprise Media SystemHigherEd & School Districts
VidGridVidGrid PlatformHigherEd
VoiceThread LLCVoiceThreadHigherEd & School Districts
Warpwire IncWarpwireHigherEd
YuJaYuJa Video PlatformHigherEd & School Districts
Zoom Video CommunicationsZoom cloud conferencingHigherEd & School Districts

Why Use the ListEdTech Portal?

product implementations tracked among 25+ product categories
institutions, in our database, using a Conferencing system
Conferencing products in our database

How Does ListEdTech Gather its Data?

We scan publicly available data (news releases, social media, university and company websites) to gather our information. Our dataset includes (but is not limited to): 

  • Educational companies, products, and institutional characteristics, 
  • Primary and secondary systems supported by an institution, 
  • Implementation dates and decommission dates, 
  • Contracts, RFP and acquisition data.

Our team controls for bias and regularly updates, reviews, and validates the data at the source to help organize, sort, and classify more than 3 million data points. Though we cannot guarantee an accurate market representation, the methods we use prevent the overrepresentation of any solution.  

As part of our data quality control, we review our database monthly. During these processes, we constantly reach a 95% accuracy rate.