Cloudswave Score for Fuze
Rating based on 11 Critic Reviews
From Next Advisor
Fuze is not going to be the solution for everyone, but for some individuals it will be perfect. Anyone who collaborates on multimedia projects such as video, graphic design, or advertising will find it invaluable.
Fuze is an excellent choice for companies looking for powerful web conferencing software at a price that won't break the bank. Small businesses, in particular, should check out Fuze and its top-notch, feature-rich free plan.
Elaina Robbins, on ReVueZZle
Fuze Meeting has a cool user interface and mobile support, but lacks many of the truely robust features of a modern day web conferencing solution.
From Webconferencing Test
All in all, Fuze Meeting is a useful software for online presentations as well as for virtual collaboration.
Jonathan Blum, on Entrepreneur
Fuze Meeting is powerful and attractive once functioning -- but getting it fully operational for all your employees can take some serious tech skills. Tech-savvy shops that do a lot of web collaboration and don’t mind tinkering will enjoy the hip feel of Fuze Meeting. The mobile support is also very good. And firms can definitely save some money if the tool works for them. But for those already using a collaboration tool, it’s best for now to go with something more traditional. It will probably work better for you.
Zack Stern, on Mac World
Fuze Meeting may not do videoconferencing, but it offers most everything else you’d want in an online meeting service. It’s excellent for sharing and discussing all kinds documents, including large ones. That makes it great for any business but especially creative pros, medical offices, and anyone else who works with high-resolution media files.
Kent Dunn , on TopTenReviews
Those who need to prepare meetings on the go using a mobile device will appreciate the ability to do so with Fuze.
William Fenton, on Pc Mag
Despite steep system requirements and a hefty price point, Fuze Meeting Pro delivers one of the most innovative web conferencing solutions available. While Fuze doesn't blow up today's status quo, it is an up-and-comer worth noting.
Nadeem Unuth, on About.com
What strikes with FuzeBox is the aesthetics and simplicity in its interface, and its user-friendliness and ease of use. It has, to my opinion, the best interface among all the web conferencing and online meeting tools on the market. It is more geared towards face-to-face collaboration over shared content.
Whilst it might be useful for smaller seminars which will benefit from being able to view 12 people at once, its other services are fairly standard and don’t really make it great value for money.
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