Articles for ‘Online Collection Systems’

Overcome the Top Conference Content Challenge

Published by Matt Larson

There are few careers that oversee as much coordination as an event professional. Having to rely on venue staff, caterers, A/V providers, etc. can feel like you are often putting

Introducing CATALYST | Video

Published by Matt Larson

Over the last few weeks, we’ve written quite a bit on this blog about CATALYST, our new abstract management system. Today is your chance to finally see why we are

5 Questions to Ask When Selecting a New Abstract Management System [Infographic]

Published by Matt Larson

Selecting an abstract management system is an important item on your conference planning to-do list. The right online system not only makes your tasks easier, but can improve your submitters’

Conference Content Marketing: Part 2 – 3 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd by Using Images

Published by Matt Larson

Part 1 of the Conference Content Marketing Series explained how your existing conference content provides a head start when it comes to promoting your event online. Using actual event content

5 Tips to Avoid an Abstract Management Nightmare

Published by Matt Larson

Collecting abstracts is one procedure where surprises at the end can be a real pain. Managing the submission process is complicated enough when it goes correctly, so avoiding any events

Short-Cutting User Testing for Your Abstract Management System is a Risky Proposition

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

When an organization plans to introduce a new or significantly updated website, the IT department will typically incorporate a healthy amount of user testing into the project plan. Why? Because

An Important Content Tip for Meeting Planners: Anticipate the Data Gap

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Congratulations! You’ve made it through another call for abstracts/speakers/papers. Your submissions are in, your sessions are selected, and your collection site is now closed. It’s time to take the collected