Projection, a national audiovisual company, has released ProjectionNet, a meeting content management tool designed for hybrid virtual or in-person meetings, according to a company press release.
ProjectionNet uses the company’s presentation management system, used to manage content for clients’ in-person meetings for the past 25 years, according to the release.
“One of the many lessons we and our clients have learned over the past year is just how important it is to have one central hub for a meeting or an event’s content. Even though presenters, sponsors, attendees and the meeting team are all in different places, the content should not be,” Karen Cuviello, corporate vice president, national accounts, said in the release. “While the industry has tools that serve either in-person or virtual meetings, the move to hybrid presents new opportunities and challenges for the seamless management and delivery of content.”
ProjectionNet’s content management system provides:
- A central platform for physical and virtual presenters to upload and review presentations and pre-recordings.
- An organized system for booking technical support or recording appointments.
- Integration with Projection’s complete suite of digital services, including digital signage, capture, overflow, ARS and more.
- Cross-platform PC/Mac support.
With ProjectionNet, meeting teams can:
- Manage/track virtual and physical presenters and their content in one place.
- Provide a platform to launch pre-recordings in meeting rooms.
- Stream internal content over a presentation management network to be broadcast to a virtual audience.
- Optimize bandwidth requirements to maximize value.
“For a meeting planner, there is nothing more important than knowing everything will be delivered to attendees the way it was designed, planned and rehearsed,” Lisa Parse, Senior Manager, Meeting Services at American Academy of Periodontology, said in the release. “A tool like ProjectionNet couldn’t come at a better time and will be important for meeting teams looking to deliver seamless and valuable experiences to their attendees. It was a great help to us when developing AAP’s first-ever Virtual Annual Meeting.”
Projection, founded in 1971, is based in Springfield, Virginia.
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