SCHAUMBURG, IL JUNE, 12, 2008 - Conference Plus, Inc. (ConferencePlus), a leading global provider of audio, web and video conferencing services, today announced a significant expansion of its Event Manager™ service to manage complex conferencing events. The service expansion includes enhanced online event registration feature and a new suite of Event Manager consulting and support services.
The ConferencePlus Event Manager service permits clients to have every aspect of their event fully managed with pre-event preparation, live event management, and post-event wrap-up. Some of these services are specifically designed for clients who are new to delivering web seminar presentations. Event Manager includes role-based training, best practices consulting and dress rehearsal simulation, as well as full event management support during and after the actual conferencing event.
"Large and small organizations alike are increasingly realizing the impact and value of using managed conferencing events such as web seminars as a cost-effective means to reach a large audience." said Ken Velten, Senior Vice President, Marketing, ConferencePlus. "We're addressing this growing marketplace demand with services that simplify all aspects of producing and managing these events for our customers." Velten added.
According to Velten, ConferencePlus is offering a unique consultative approach to each organization's event, by providing varying levels of support to meet the needs of each client. Today, ConferencePlus provides a comprehensive range of new tools to complement its Event Registration product line. The expanded capabilities include advanced data capture, customized branding, and complete integrated pre-event and post-event features, including lead scoring, localized language support, and more.
"Our goal is to make hosting an online conferencing event as simple and beneficial as possible for our clients," Ken Velten said. "We believe the comprehensive Event Manager service maximizes the effectiveness of every complex conferencing event," he added.