Articles for ‘Online Collection Systems’

4 Resources for Anyone Who Collects Abstracts or Final Presentations

Published by Steve Manicor

Working with presenters to get their materials submitted on time and in the format you want is challenging. Perhaps you are “doing it old school”… using email as your system

9 Tips for Writing Instructions Your Speakers Will Understand

Published by Sean Lawler

Don’t take this the wrong way, but the first rule I learned in Information Technology (IT)  is “Users are dumb.” It’s a simple way to say that no matter how

4 Best Practices for Getting Presenters to Submit Their Materials

Published by Sean Lawler

When it comes to getting things done on time, it’s not easy. It’s in our nature to wait until the last minute to do even the most important things like

10 Tips to Spread the Word About Your Call for Papers

Published by Sean Lawler

Are you looking for creative ways to attract more great presenters and content contributors to your event? If so, you’re not alone. Many of our customers struggle with this same

10 Reasons You Should Collect Speaker Materials Online

Published by Steve Manicor

# Eliminate The Email Assault - Watch your inbox get lonely while your audience moves to an online system. Large files in your inbox are now just forwarded chain emails from your mother. You can always remove your spam filter if you need to compensate for the reduced traffic. # Make Your Authors Do The Work - When you're collecting author data via clearly defined form fields and upload areas, you remove the ambiguity from the submission process and make the author responsible for transferring the correct material to you. The system's automatic feedback and instructions can greatly reduce support calls, increase compliance, and make you happy.

Email to Collect Final Presentations… Really?

Published by Steve Manicor

Using email to collect final presentations for a conference is like using a tractor in the ocean, but I guess it’s better than receiving a bunch of FedEx packages with