Senior citizens use audience response technology to speak up and act as one

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Meridia Audience Response provided its group polling services to older Americans across the country as part of a national event to gather their opinions on hot political topics. The participants easily used the personal response technology to answer the questions throughout the event.

Group audience response system used in audience polling on hot topics.

The voice of a group is louder than a voice of an individual. Thanks to an audience resopnse system, the message was heard loud and clear across America.

Allowing the members of the organization to speak up, lets you make a much more focused list of items to deal with.

A group of unhappy citizens is always louder in their words and actions than a single person. When American seniors gathered in venues across the country to send a message to their representatives in Washington, Meridia’s personal response technology was there to make them sound loud and clear. The first of these meetings was conducted just last week and will continue to take place around the country allowing more and more people to voice their thoughts on what Congress should or should not do.

Allowing the members of the organization, however large or small, to speak up, lets you make a much more focused list of items to deal with. In this case, the client came away with six priorities they’ll continue to refine over the next few months and then take their demands to those who can make the necessary changes in legislature.

When you involve everyone from your organization in group response polling, you don’t have to guess at what’s the most and least important thing you should focus on – they’ll tell you exactly what you need to know.

Since 1970, Meridia Audience Response has been providing innovative technology solutions for the meeting, training and entertainment industries. Combining the experience with the latest in web technology and radio frequency hardware, Meridia is now enabling audiences around the world to cast their vote and be part of the meeting, whether it involves training or interactive games.

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