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NEW: Tracking for Conferences!

We are delighted to announce a new system for tracking conference attendance: Conference Tracker. This easy-to-use system will report on the attendance to your conference sessions and will even generate and distribute customized attendance certificates.

The Conference Tracker software is web-based, so there is nothing to install. All you need is a web browser. You can access the system to set up your conference and retrieve your attendance reports from anywhere and at any time.

To record attendance, simply use a barcode scanner with an Apple device: iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. The attendance data is automatically sent to the Conference Tracker software hosted on the Amazon cloud. Simply login using a web browser to view your reports!

If you only have one or few conferences a year, you can lease the tracking equipment for a turn-key solution. If you have the equipment, you can subscribe to the Conference Tracker software.

For more information about this new system, please visit its website at http://www.conference-tracker.com/

Request a free system tour now!

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