Virtual Conference and LMS Integration: Extending Conference Content [Integration & Post-Integration]
Recorded on: April 14, 2022 - 1:00 PM
In Part 1 of the Virtual Conference and LMS Integration webinar series, we discussed getting ready for a successful integration. Now, let’s discuss how to let the data seamlessly flow between the platforms so that you get to make the most out of the integration. Whether you are planning for a simple Sign Sign-On (SSO) or need sophisticated analytics for insights, there are a few critical steps that can make the integration easier and more productive.
Join us for a live session as Matt Peterson from MapleLMS and EVA’s Event Tech Advocate Vinnu Deshetty discuss what it takes to have a successful integration and what needs to be top of mind after you integrate.
- Steps for a successful integration
- Do’s and don’t’s while integrating
- Critical items to check post-integration
Who should attend:
- Meeting and Conference Planners
- Education Directors, Managers, and Coordinators
- Chief Technology Officers (CTOs)
- Chief Information Officers (CIOs)
- IT Directors
- Database Specialists
- LMS Managers/Directors
- LMS Administrators
- Marketing Directors
- Membership Directors
Matt Peterson is a Relationship Director with MapleLMS. Matt manages new and existing relationships and uses his consultative skills to find the best solutions for his client’s learning and professional development strategies. Matt has learned how to match needs with services through his 35 years in the hospitality business and 25 years in events. He works with North American associations and non-profit organizations to develop their learning strategy by using all of MapleLMS’s sweet features. Success for Matt is a delighted client. Matt holds certifications for Learning Environment Specialist and Certified Meeting Professional. Matt grew up in Northwestern Pennsylvania but has called Northern Virginia home since 1994. He enjoys camping, kayaking, traveling, and cooking in his free time. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management from Penn State University.
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EVA is a CAE Approved Provider. This webinar meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. This session falls under the domain “Business Development – Meetings and Events” and qualifies for 1 CAE Credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
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About EVA Webinars
EVA makes meeting and learning online easy, productive, and memorable with the latest event technology tools. We have learned a lot throughout our journey and would love to share the best practices and lessons with event and meeting planners. Our webinars provide you with the right set of “event tools” in the form of tips, recommendations, and lessons learned to optimize your event experience further and cater to a wider audience.