App Integration Data Sync with Your Registration or Virtual Conference Platforms: One-Way or Two-Way?
Many associations use multiple applications to manage events. Data can flow from one app to another:
- Event Registration to Virtual Conference Platform
- Association Management System (AMS) to Event Registration
- Virtual Conference Platform to Learning Management System (LMS)
Some apps make integration simple. Before you integrate, consider why you want to integrate and how. Evaluate what data needs to be imported and whether you need a one or two-way sync.
Join EVA’s meetings expert, Vinnu Deshetty as she walks you through the different data sync scenarios and helps you make the right choice for your association or nonprofit.
She will specifically review:
- Whether you truly need an integration
- The difference between one and two-way data sync
- Caution areas for two-way sync
- Ways to use one-way sync, but still get updated data
Who should attend:
- Executive Director/CEO
- Meetings/Conference Team Members
- Meeting and Conference Planners
- Education Directors, Managers, and Coordinators
- Chief Technology Officers (CTOs)
- Chief Information Officers (CIOs)
- IT Directors
- IT Enthusiasts
- Marketing Directors
- Membership Directors
Vinnu Deshetty, CEO and Founder, EVA Event Tech Hub
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Vinnu Deshetty is the Founder and CEO of EVA – Event Tech Hub helping clients embrace digital tools that improve their attendee experiences while making the meeting planner’s job easier. With over 25 years of meeting and conference planning experience in the association and nonprofit industries, Vinnu brings a unique understanding of both the tech and event planning worlds. Vinnu focuses on making tech accessible and productive for meeting planners. She leads development teams to bring a sense of humanity to AI development making EVA’s technology a reality that is easily implemented and activated. Raised as a coal miner’s daughter in western Kentucky, Vinnu stays true to her southern roots by valuing community in both her personal and professional lives. She obtained a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Public Administration. Vinnu now works and resides in the Washington, DC area.