What is a webcast?

A webcast is a web-based seminar. It is an interactive presentation where product information is demonstrated and discussed online.

Think of it as a way to attend a conference without leaving your home or office or getting out of your pyjamas!

Once you connect to the webcast you’ll be able to hear the presentation through your computer’s speakers, while watching the presenter’s slideshow. You can also send the presenter your questions or comments online in real-time, and they will answer them immediately, or at the end of the presentation.

It’s really as simple as that. Sign up for the webcast, and let us do the rest. There’s so much you can learn at no cost.

SageIntelligence Webcasts : http://sageintelligence.com/Webinars/SageIntelligence
Sage ERP X3 Webcasts: http://sageintelligence.com/Webinars/SageX3

For a full list of Live Webcasts, please follow this link to www.sageintelligence.com and navigate to Webcasts > Live Webcasts and select your desired software.

Follow these 4 easy steps to register for a webcast:


1. Each webcast has a link in the description that will allow you to register for that session.

2. The link will bring up a registration page for that webcast. Confirm that this is the webcast you would like to register for by checking the name of the webcast. Click on the “Register” button at the bottom of the screen.

3. Complete the registration form and click the “Submit” button. Note that an asterisk (*) indicates required information.

4. Registration Confirmation – You will also receive a confirmation email that provides the details for the webcast. The confirmation email will contain the link that will allow you to download a Microsoft Outlook meeting reminder to add to your calendar.

NB: If you are attending a webcast for the first time, a small file must be downloaded and installed to allow you to join the meeting. To fully participate in the meeting, you will need to have speakers and a microphone or a microphone enabled headset. WebEx is a web-based service, so you can use it from any computer (Windows, Mac, Linux, or Solaris) – as well as your iPhone, BlackBerry, or any other Wi-Fi or 3G-enabled mobile device. There’s no complicated installation.