Projects 2008

Delegate Registration Web Facility

Posted by 5 Dec, 2008

An interesting crossover between the web site development and conference media work at Applause has been online Delegate Registration. The traditional method of paper and fax based registration is increasingly giving way to completely electronic paperless solutions which save considerable resource, time and money. By combining our hosting facilities, web and database skills with our […]

An interesting crossover between the web site development and conference media work at Applause has been online Delegate Registration.

The traditional method of paper and fax based registration is increasingly giving way to completely electronic paperless solutions which save considerable resource, time and money. By combining our hosting facilities, web and database skills with our working knowledge of venue finding and delegate registration processes, we are able to offer website based systems, either off the shelf or customised to your specific needs.

Information is secure behind a login panel. Delegates can either be given a generic username and password for access and to enter their own information or a client mysql database can be installed with unique login for known delegates who may then access and update their information and provide the required registration details. This is particularly useful for large organisations running internal conference events. The delegate registration site can be specifically branded to the event or the organisation’s brand guidelines and apart from enabling delegates to register on-line provides online status reports, enhanced visitor experience and simplifies complex tasks.

Delegate Registration Login Screen

Delegate Registration Login Screen

For more information call 0117 933 4416
Useful links:Applause : Web Hosting

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Burges Salmon – Cleantech Podcast

Posted by 24 Oct, 2008

Established Bristol legal firm Burges Salmon called us to help with one of their Corporate Finance Network events early in October – The Cleantech Question Time. In the context of rising fuel costs and an increasing worldwide drive for greener solutions, Cleantech is seen by many as a growth sector where investors have a real […]

Established Bristol legal firm Burges Salmon called us to help with one of their Corporate Finance Network events early in October – The Cleantech Question Time.

In the context of rising fuel costs and an increasing worldwide drive for greener solutions, Cleantech is seen by many as a growth sector where investors have a real opportunity for returns. During the event presentations were to be given by Chris Matthews, Senior Business Development Manager, Renewable Energy Team at the Co-op Bank and comment from our expert panel: James Thomas of ICON Corporate Finance, Andrew Page of Foresight Group, Mark Crosier, CEO of DeepStream Technologies, Phil Nicholas, CEO of Inetec and Peter Horsburgh of the Environmental Technologies Fund.

A panel discussion followed on a wide range of issues raised during the event including: what is meant by ‘cleantech’, the debate over the energy gap, the impact of the credit crunch for cleantech companies seeking funding and their expectations for 2009 and beyond.

Burges Salmon wanted to extend the value seminar by providing podcasts of  the presentation and discussions which could then be listened to online or downloaded on to ipod and mp3 players.

Applause recorded the presentations, audience questions and panel responses.  The resulting audio files were cleaned and edited the following day and encoded to windows media player and ipod compatible files and delivered via a web hosted facility. Burges Salmon’s IT people then linked to the files on BS website.

Links: Burges Salmon – Cleantech

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Tear Fund ‘No Slumber Challenge’ – informational dvd

Posted by 18 Oct, 2008

We have just put together an interactve DVD for ArthurSteenHorneAdamson’s (ASHA) client Tear Fund, a disc capable of being viewed on any platform, PC, Macintosh or TV.  It provides an interactive browsable interface to printable pdf information packs and video and is designed to assist all those taking part in the No Slumber Challenge empowering […]

We have just put together an interactve DVD for ArthurSteenHorneAdamson’s (ASHA) client Tear Fund, a disc capable of being viewed on any platform, PC, Macintosh or TV.  It provides an interactive browsable interface to printable pdf information packs and video and is designed to assist all those taking part in the No Slumber Challenge empowering young people to change the future for vulnerable families affected by HIV.

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