Articles Tagged ‘abstract collection systems’

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’

10 Things You Can Do to Make Your Abstract Management System Easier for Everyone—Including You!—to Use

Published by Gina Wentling

Choosing presenters for your association’s annual meeting is a crucial process that can have a significant impact on the success of the entire conference. It’s important to get it right.

OmniPresence: 5 Reasons to Use a Configurable Abstract Management System

Published by Tracy Gundert

Associations are in constant evolution, as influences like technological advances, research best practices, and industry standards change the way business is done. Your association doesn’t operate the same way it

Pencil It In: Set Up Your Conference Agenda in an Abstract Management System

Published by Gina Wentling

Meeting planners run a tight ship. Their binders (both physical and digital) are things of beauty. Organization—and especially to-do lists and schedules—seems to be written into their DNA.

Because you’re

How to Get More Out of Your Abstract Management System

Published by Gina Wentling

You know how important it is to choose appropriate, relevant, and interesting content to feature at your association’s annual meeting. You likely spent a lot of time and energy to

7 Customizations to Make Your Abstract Management System Better for Reviewers

Published by Gina Wentling

Reviewers—You gotta love ‘em. Truly! You have to give them credit for their work.

Thank goodness they take time out of their busy schedules as industry professionals to seriously consider

Get Help with Abstract Management: Meet the Team!

Published by Gina Wentling

No matter which abstract management system you use, it can be complicated to learn. When you first get started—and maybe for weeks, months, and years after that—, you’re going to