What the press and bloggers have been writing recently about KnowledgeVision and its products:

  • Online Video Presentations: Why Some Companies are Failing While Others Surge AheadTheSEMPost (July 9, 2015) – Greg Jarboe writes about the rise of Knovio and the withdrawal from the market of MyBrainshark and 9Slides.
  • Knovio Review – FinancesOnline (July 6, 2015) – The reviewers at FinancesOnline say that Knovio is packed with features that allow businesses to tell a story, throw a business pitch, or make a report with audio and video elements to make the process more powerful, memorable, and with a dash of personality. Creating online presentations is easy with Knovio and sharing them is also a breeze, with users having the option to send or share their online presentations with email, website, or social media.”
  • NewsWatch_LogoKnovio: Upgrade Your Presentations – Newswatch (June 12, 2014) – In this video product review, Newswatch concludes that “if you’re a professional, a teacher, or an entrepreneur and you need to give a presentation but can’t be there, then this should be your next app download.”  The review concludes that “it’s a very user-friendly app.”
  • informationweekLots of Messages, How Much Engagement?Information Week (May 2, 2014) – Kelly Fitzsimmons writes about KnowledgeVision’s breakthrough “Content Telemetry” concept, in which online presentations track how individual viewers interact with the content, and send actionable data back to the content creator.  “What makes Content Telemetry so intriguing to me,” Fitzsimmons writes, “is its focus on measuring the impact of creative output.”  She writes that “new apps like KnowledgeVision’s Knovio for the iPad point to the right direction. When communicating important compliance or security information, which may have critical ramifications for your organization, you may well profit by being on the bleeding edge of this particular idea.
  • anewdomain_logo2Knovio Mobile: Free App Eases Biz Video Creation – A New Domain (April 14, 2014) – Former ABC News and Ziff-Davis tech editor Gina Smith previews KnowledgeVision’s Knovio iPad app, naming it “my choice for Freeware Monday.”  She writes, “The performance is so snappy, and the controls are so intuitive. It’s easy to imagine that this is the method most people will use to make video presentations in the future.  In fact, even if you’ve never considered doing a video presentation, this tool makes you want to. It’s that good.”
  • reelseo-logoNew iPad App Radically Simplifies Business Video Creation – ReelSEO (April 13, 2014) – Greg Jarboe reviews Knovio, the free video creation app from KnowledgeVision for the Apple iPad.  He says KnowledgeVision “has found a way to radically simplify video presentation technology so much that literally anyone can use it to pitch, explain, or teach anything.”  He points out that “the Knovio App can be used as a mobile content creation tool for e-learning, content marketing, sales enablement, corporate communications, and investor relations purposes.
  • Video Content Marketing: 4 Elements of An Effective Strategy | Content Marketing InstituteVideo Content Marketing: 4 Elements of An Effective Strategy – Content Marketing Institute (March 22, 2013) – Rob Ciampa offers four effective ways to use online video to attract and keep an audience. He focuses on using YouTube as well as several other online tools to publish diverse content, track and analyze viewership stats, integrate video platforms with other marketing tools, and advertise with online video spots. Beyond that, he also gives readers tips for engaging video viewers through social media. KnowledgeVision is at the top of the list of online video providers to check out.
  • Detailed Analytics Make Video A Rising Content Star | DemandGen ReportDetailed Analytics Make Video A Rising Content StarDemandGen Report (March 20, 2013) – Kim Zimmermann makes it clear that online video by itself is just noise. What matters is the ability to analyze viewer data through features like KnowledgeVision’s Engagement Scoring. “A B2B buyer who spends a lot of time watching a video is at least in the initial stages of the purchasing process, if not further along. Engagement scoring helps distinguish between the tire kickers and solid prospects because you can track just how people interacted with video.”
  • Video Learning Platforms | E-Learning 24/7 BlogVideo Learning Platforms – E-Learning 24/7 Blog (March 8, 2013) – Craig Weiss covers the history of video recording for training programs, and explains how today’s technology means that video is “Not your mom & dad’s VCR”. He lists KnowledgeVision as one of the top 5 video training tools available. “Wonderful platform, loads of features – uses the active presentation pricing model. Offers three editions, and may offer educational pricing. KV Studio is the product to look at. Targets education, non-profit and corporate markets. SCORM Compliant.”
  • iPad meets Windows: The new face of computer training | InfoWorldiPad meets Windows: The new face of computer training – InfoWorld (February 21, 2013) – J. Peter Bruzzese writes about how highly graphical, interactive, and mobile technologies will drive online education systems. He includes KnowledgeVision as a company that is defining the future in e-Learning. “KnowledgeVision offers an online digital content presentation tool that makes it to upload and share recorded webcasts, in-house training, and other digital content, without the frustrations that come from using a personal service like YouTube.”
  • Complete Control: KnowledgeVision Redefines Online Presentation VideoComplete Control: KnowledgeVision Redefines Online Presentation Video – Streaming Media Producer (February 22, 2012) – Steve Nathans-Kelly covers how marketers and trainers are using KnowledgeVision’s flexible online presentation platform to meet the challenge of making conference, meeting, educational, training, and sales presentations compelling and monetizable. You can use KnowledgeVision to combine video and PowerPoint with chapter-based navigation to enhance the viewer’s online experience. The result is a more watchable and effective web video style that may recast presentations for the online video world.
  • How Content Marketers Can Reinvent the Webinar for 2012How Content Marketers Can Reinvent the Webinar for 2012 – Content Marketing Institute (January 13, 2012) – KnowledgeVision CEO and Founder Michael Kolowich is on a mission to revitalize, reinvent, and replace the tired old webinar format. The traditional webinar is used by a majority of B2B marketers, but if you’ve been watching the trend lines over a long time you know that sign-up and attendance rates are declining. It’s time to re-think the webinar for a modern world, by ‘flipping’ the webinar with on-demand video, by communicating with viewers through interactive engagement tools, and by continuing to innovate and improve your content.
  • KnowledgeVision backers add $2M to Series A roundKnowledgeVision backers add $2M to Series A round – Mass High Tech (January 4, 2012) – KnowledgeVision Systems Inc. has closed on a second $2 million tranche of its Series A round, led by GrandBanks Capital. The company said that the new funds would go toward strengthening “its position as the world’s most powerful online presentation platform,” and to expand efforts to develop markets globally. In particular, the company will work on “new content applications in the social and mobile space,” according to CEO Michael Kolowich.
  • ZDNet Small Business Matters: Annotate your presentations with videoAnnotate your Presentations with VideoZDNet Small Business (December 21, 2011) –  Heather Clancy investigates how well KnowledgeVision’s free video presentation tool Knovio lets small businesses add video commentary to a PowerPoint presentation, without requiring professional production expertise. “Knovio helps small businesses leave their presentations as sort of a calling card on their Web sites,” to explain the company’s value proposition or share presentations on social networks.
  • Business Video Today: Interview with KnowledgeVision Founder and CEO Michael KolowichWhat to Do When the Appetite for Online Video Grows Faster than the budget – Business Video Today (November 3, 2011) –  Steve Vonder Haar interviews KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich and concludes, “Video really is a great, engaging communications venue. And at KnowledgeVision, you’re doing the hard work to build technology and a platform to let executives merge video with other data types to provide a much richer, more interactive and engaging experience.”
  • Audio-Narrated Slides Are So 2008: Use Video with KnowledgeVisionAudio-Narrated Slides Are So 2008: Use Video with KnowledgeVisionBusiness Insider (October 5, 2011) – “KnowledgeVision is an online presentation platform that offers more than video, but flexible templates and the ability to incorporate audio and Powerpoint into your final product as well. KnowledgeVision also supports on-demand and live presentations as well, so your presentation or video can be shot live as part of a webinar or be available for people to access anytime, anywhere.”
  • KVStudio: A Conversation with Michael KolowichKVStudio: A Conversation with Michael KolowichIndezine (September 28, 2011) – KnowledgeVision “has developed enterprise-grade tools for creating, managing, and distributing synchronized interactive online video presentations for communications, marketing, training, and sales professionals.”
  • KnowledgeVision Helps You Make the Most Out of Your Online PresentationsKnowledgeVision Helps You Make the Most Out of Your Online PresentationsBostinnovation (September 15, 2011) – The KnowledgeVision team has “built a set of tools that any business can and should take advantage of. The ability to convey information in a dynamic fashion in a way that KnowledgeVision sets out to do will help clarify your message, help with sales, lead-generations and your overall brand.”
  • Dreamforce 2011: 8 New Cloud, Social, Mobile Products To SeeDreamforce 2011: 8 New Cloud, Social, Mobile Products To SeeCRN (August 29, 2011) – “Instead of being met with a static form to capture visitor contact information, Talking Landing Pages give potential sales leads a video-enhanced, multimedia experience.”
  • Knovio Reinvents the PowerPoint PresentationKnovio Reinvents the PowerPoint PresentationBeyond Search (July 28, 2011) – “It’s a good idea: you can include your verbal and gestural input without having to schedule a meeting. Also, anything to liven up Power Point has to be progress, right?”
  • Knovio Makes Creating and Audio/Visual Web Presentation Easy as PieKnovio Makes Creating and Audio/Visual Web Presentation Easy as PieLarry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day (July 2, 2011) – “Knovio might end up being one of the best Web 2.0 applications of the year.”
  • Innovations in Video Content MarketingInnovations in Video Content MarketingDemandGen Report Interview by Editor Andrew Gaffney (June 27, 2011) – “KnowledgeVision is interesting because it does bring in traditional things like PowerPoint and integrates them with video and other content elements…and it gives the viewer more power because of the navigational capability.”
  • KnowledgeVision - Interactive Video Lead Generation ToolKnowledgeVision – Interactive Video Lead Generation ToolDemandGen Report (May 4, 2011) – “KnowledgeVision is built from the ground up for a video-centric, cloud computing world, which assures customers a rich interactive experience as well as high scalability and availability.  KnowledgeVision offers much greater functionality and flexibility at a significantly lower cost than more limited competitive solutions.”
  • Future of Digital Video: Interview with Michael Kolowich of KnowledgevisionFuture of Digital Video: Interview with Michael Kolowich of KnowledgevisionEmerging Media Research Council (March 17, 2011) – “Michael Kolowich — online video pioneer — is on a mission to rid the web of ‘the disembodied voice narrating PowerPoint.'”
  • Putting the Personality Back into Online PresentationsPutting the Personality Back into Online PresentationsIndezine (March 12, 2011) – “Both narrated presentations and fully-synchronized video presentations have a place in a company’s communications portfolio at every level – from the corporate communications and training departments to product managers and sales reps. And now that both capabilities can be found in a single flexible tool, there’s no reason not to spread that capability widely in an organization.”
  • Beyond PowerPointBeyond PowerPointBetter Communications Results (March 8, 2011) – “What gives KnowledgeVision ‘wow’ power . . . is its ability to have your audience  focus on the key element — the slides, the video, the handout material, etc., — when you wish them to. They see them all, but the ‘focus’ of control (pardon the pun, a play on ‘locus of control’) is in your hands.”
  • KnowledgeVision Raises $2MM Series A RoundKnowledgeVision Raises $2MM Series A RoundBoston Business Journal (January 5, 2011) – “30 million people a day are giving powerpoint presentations – 21,000 a minute,” said CEO and co-founder Michael Kolowich. “It’s awful because most people have to sit through the entire presentation and they don’t have any control over it.”
  • KnowledgeVision Finds $2MMKnowledgeVision Finds $2MMXconomy (January 5, 2011) – “The company, which was founded in early 2010, will use the funding to expand its software and services and enter new markets worldwide.”