CentraOne was developed by Centra Software, a company with a focus on producing software solutions for online collaboration. CentraOne belongs to exactly these sorts of applications: a solution for facilitating e-learning and Web-based meetings. More specifically, CentraOne is typically used by educational professionals as the base for e-learning conferences and classrooms. The University of Missouri-Columbia, for example, has long used it with the conferences of its Extension Technology and Computer Services, letting various academe members hold meetings over the Web by leveraging the software’s browser-based technology.
Using the resources of the CentraOne platform, users can put together a sophisticated system of Internet-based education and instruction. It can also have applications for the business world, as it can be used to help team players better work out their roles through live Web communication and online content exchange/management.
Since CentraOne is obviously a program meant for multiple users, purchases of the program are often performed on a per-user basis. Hence, for example, an educational institution planning to make use of it as the architectural solution for their e-meetings will have to take out as many licenses as there are participants in the planned meeting.
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