Abstract Scorecard The Abstract Scorecard, part of the CadmiumCD platform, allows meeting planners to collect and review submissions. So robust it can handle call for papers, grants, awards, publications, and more.

Important updates to the Abstract Scorecard Email Module will roll out for users this Thursday, 2/1.

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New Features in the Abstract Scorecard Communication Module

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Important updates to the Abstract Scorecard Email Module will roll out for users this Thursday, 2/1. Keep an eye out for exciting new features such as: 1. Clean, Step-by-Step UI...

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4 Features That Make Event Tech Work Better

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This article was written by CadmiumCD Contributor, Pamela Shigeoka. CadmiumCD has been busy this year improving their products and adding new features to make managing your...

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CadmiumCD's Abstract Scorecard® is the premiere system for managing conference abstracts and the review process. We've now made some major improvements to the system, that makes it easier than ever to manage your event's abstract submissions and review process.

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7 New Tools for Abstract Management

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This article was written by CadmiumCD Contributor, Pamela Shigeoka, and is based off a webinar given by Amanda Weber, CadmiumCD Scorecard Project Manager. CadmiumCD’s...

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NAFSA Achieves Business Goals Through Software Integration

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The Story NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the world’s largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange. NAFSA’s 10,000...

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How ASLA Manages Over 2,000 Award Entries Per Year

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Since 2014, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has used the Abstract Scorecard to manage nearly 2,000 entries and 10,000 reviews total for their national...

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Do You Have DIY Event Management Software?

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DIY is all the rage lately. There are so many tutorials on Pinterest for projects you can make yourself. Food, clothing, decor. But what about when these projects don’t go...

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Increase Reviewer Compliance to 100% with This One Simple Trick

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3 Pieces of Advice Plus One Simple Trick to Ensure Reviewer Compliance Putting out your call for proposals can be one of the most exciting times of the event planning process. You...

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Client Spotlight: SPI’s Solar Innovations

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How SETS is Helping Solar Energy Start-Ups Succeed, and the Part CadmiumCD’s Abstract Scorecard Plays in the Process Recently I sat down with Veronica Mooney, Director of...

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3 Event Tech Cliches You Don’t Want to Apply to Your Conference

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A cliche is a phrase or expression that has been used so often that it is no longer original or interesting. Essentially, it no longer has true meaning because it’s original...

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