Call for Submission
Create Customized Call for Submission Forms Create customized forms for your call for papers and submissions from sessions to speakers
Automated emails are time saver when to comes to sending out reminders, alerts, confirmations and approvals
Move away from the one-to-one mentality to a one-to-many platform that allows your team to work cohesively and efficiently to get this work completed
Review & Collaboration
Having one call for papers and submissions software that your team logs into to review, communicate and collaborate on the submissions they receive is an effective and efficient way to work
Consolidate Your Data
Once the submission process has been completed for your call for papers, call for abstracts and call for sessions, it important that this information remains within the company umbrella can be accessed at any time or to act as a library to source from for future events
Optimize Your Workflows
Cut out spreadsheets, emails and time lost waiting for replies by having stakeholders performs their tasks in one portal that is accessible to their entire business unit.
During the call for papers, call for sessions and call for abstract’s submission, review and selection process it is critical that real-time information is available in one consolidated portal
Data Collection is Invaluable When it Come to Call for Papers
The submission, review, and selection process for your request for call for papers, call for sessions and call for abstracts is usually centered around one event. However, what happens with all that information when that event has passed? If all this information is resting on several different laptops than it’s almost a given that somehow that data will be lost or forgotten about. For organizations and event program managers that are putting on many events throughout the year, over time cataloguing the submissions received for call for papers, call for abstracts and call for sessions becomes an invaluable internal resource that can be repeatedly accessed. A call for papers software will keep track of all the details and feedback received regarding speakers, sessions and topics and can be sourced time and time again. This can only happen if there is one consolidated portal where all the work, be it about call for papers, call for articles, call for abstracts, research papers, or call for research papers is being done and where all the data rests. Data is a valuable commodity in our world today and tossing away or losing data may no longer be in the organization’s best interests.