Core-apps, LLC, the event industry’s leading total solution software technology provider, is pleased to announce that they have been selected to provide the event mobile app for all of the 2016 PCMA events starting with Convening Leaders, January 10-13, 2016. “In 2016, our event app, powered by Core-apps, offers more options for PCMA to engage our participants with features content via push, geo-fencing, and iBeacons; this is a win-win for all,” said Jason Paganessi, PCMA Vice President of Business Innovations.
PCMA (Professional Convention Management Association) is the leading multi-channel professional resource and premier education for leaders in the meetings, conventions, events, and trade show industries. PCMA provides their 6,500+ members with a community of likeminded colleagues, innovative education, and creative global solutions to further enhance both their professional development and their organization’s face-to-face virtual connections. Headquartered in Chicago, PCMA contains 17 chapters throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, with members encompassing more than 35 countries.
“We are excited to have been selected by PCMA to provide the mobile app for their 2016 events. PCMA is such a great association that everyone in the event industry looks to for education, engagement, information, and guidance. Our goal is to bring those aspects to life in the mobile app. We are proud to have been chosen from many providers that have submitted their proposals,” stated Core-apps CEO and Co-Founder, Jay Tokosch.
This year’s 2016 PCMA Convening Leaders App will contain many new features. To start, there will be a link to registration for users to pull in their pre-show schedules and profile information. Furthermore, there will be an explore screen to help direct users to what’s new and upcoming at the event. And to personalize the event even more, an activity feed will provide content based on each user’s personal preferences. “It is all about engagement this year for the app,” continued Tokosch, “And we have plenty more robust enhancements planned as well.”