Boulder, CO (PRWEB) September 19, 2006
By embracing this new technology, clients such as: Burger King Corp., Nautilus Insurance, the California Library Association, Regis University, California State University and the Montana Association of Realtors have enhanced their automated process to include a personal touch.
This enhancement displays "Connie," the video-spokesperson, in a short welcome-video to every registrant, informing them of the security of the process and encouraging them to register. For meeting professionals RegOnline's service offers an edge to increase attendance.
The video may also be customized for meeting professionals who are looking for greater personal interaction.
Shawn Collins, who began using RegOnline this year, recorded his own welcome-video to use with RegOnline. "My conference was part of the beta test for the video spokesperson and we got great comments from our registrants. For our July event, my co-host and I recorded a short video to use as an introduction to registering, and the response has been great," commented Shawn.
In beta testing on more than 20 registration forms, the deployment of video technology resulted in an 11% increase in total completed registrations on average, in addition to the benefits already offered by using RegOnline for online registration.
"Our clients are excited about the ability to personalize this part of the process because the person-to-person contact is the one thing that can be lost when switching to an online system," comments Bill Flagg, President of RegOnline.
To see a demonstration of the video technology in action, visit http://www.regonline.com/videospokesperson.
RegOnline is the industry leader in web-based online registration software for meetings and events. Since its inception in 1996, RegOnline’s software has registered over 2.7 million people for more than 35,000 events worldwide. RegOnline can be found on the web at http://www.regonline.com.