Using Meeting Planning Technology to MEET and EXCEED Your Needs

Stubbs, Jeremy
July 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2007, p170
Trade Publication
The article discusses how meeting planners should utilize online meeting planning tools to make smart decisions at every step of the meeting management process. It suggests that planners should perform an internal assessment of the meeting planning needs of their companies by seeking requirements from internal stakeholders and document the tools that currently are being used. It also emphasizes the need to evaluate various meeting tools available in the industry.


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