CadmiumCD Releases an Updated Version of the eventScribe Conference Website That Enhances User Experience
FOREST HILL, MD – CadmiumCD has released an upgraded version of their popular attendee website platform, which is fully integrated into CadmiumCD’s event management software suite of products. Organizations including the American Library Association (ALA), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the Association for International Educators (NAFSA) have been using the product to great affect, managing large amounts of data across thousands of users.
The updated eventScribe Conference Websites allow meeting planners and event managers to maximize content delivery to attendees through a cleaner user interface (UI) built on modern web standards, better self-publishing tools for static pages and schedules, new visual track filtering tools, and enhanced attendee networking capabilities.
Alicia Navarro, Meeting and Event Coordinator at ALA, was one of the early beta testers for the tool. In Navarro’s words: “Our attendees are very excited about eventScribe 2.0. It is a modern, full-featured event website that makes your conference content feel more social. Using the eventScribe platform is also great for me because any sessions my attendees favorite on the website syncs with their activity in the mobile app.”
The eventScribe Website still offers the most robust Itinerary Planner on the market, content distribution through Conference Proceedings, and integrations with the Conference Harvester, other eventScribe products, and a host of third-party vendors. Current clients will find familiarity in the product’s functionality, like the ability to publish handouts and presentations, deliver searchable speaker, exhibitor, and session lists to attendees, and generate revenue with sponsorship and ad placements.
Michelle Wyatt, co-founder of CadmiumCD, said about the update, “The eventScribe product line has grown in popularity, mainly due to the complete integration with a robust content management system for events, the Conference Harvester, as well as housing both exhibitor and speaker related data for attendees to be able to plan their event. Information entered by attendees on the website also synchs with the eventScribe App, making it a powerful combination for both planners and attendees. The launch of eventScribe 2.0 enhances an established product with even more event features that attendees need.”
The new eventScribe Conference website is now available for all conferences.