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Conference Center 4

Posted by Mike McKinnon on
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We released Conference Center 4 today which provides some very nice enhancements to our already fully featured conference management interface. For those new to ReadyTalk or not familiar, the Conference Center is where customers go to schedule meetings, create invitation and registration pages, generate reports, track campaigns, manage recording, distribute recordings and launch their audio and web conferences. It is the hub of everything they do.

For a complete list of all of the enhancements,visit our Conference Center 4 page or you can watch this short video.

 

 

I wanted to highlight some of the more important features of the release.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  1. First and Last name were separated on registration reports. This was important for importing information into your CRM.
  2. You can now upload confirmed attendees. Now you can use the 3rd party registration program of your choice and then upload a list of confirmed attendees. This allows you to take advantage of the Conference Center's advanced email capabilities.
  3. The ReadyTalk Media Player got a lot of love. I will cover most of this in another post but briefly the player got a facelift which involved new embedded controls, new slide view and thumbnail view as well as it being scalable and embeddable
  4. We also added Broadcast Audio to our Event packages. Our Broadcast Audio is streaming audio that allows the participant to listen to your conference on their computer. It has been optimized for large events and delivers high quality audio


You can check out all of these new features by taking one of our demos.

 


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