The OPUS DX platform is a combination of three platforms, OPUS 365, OPUS Live, and OPUS Mobile, all rolled into one.OPUS 365 is the year round portal that includes permission based access, e-commerce options, content on-demand, event registration, evaluations, CE Management, the hosting of courses, and much, much more. OPUS Live is the platform that users experience while attending a live event. OPUS Live provides the user with an engaging experience including features such as chat, polling, question submission, note taking, attention checkers and more. OPUS Mobile is the ultimate year round association app. While everyone else’s app ends when your event ends, OPUS Mobile keeps your users engaged all year from event to event.
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Ability to author an evaluation (survey) that can be associated with a conference overall (multiple sessions)
Ability to author evaluations (surveys) that can be associated with an individual session
Pre-recorded sessions with scheduled playback
Pre-recorded sessions with on-demand playback
Concurrent sessions (not breakouts within a single session)
Tracks of sessions (e.g., sessions organized around topic or target audience)
Real-time text communication between attendees
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Corporate extended enterprise
Academic continuing education unit
US$10,000 to US$24,999
Built-in shopping cart
Pre-existing integration with one or more third-party shopping carts
Ability to automatically apply discounts based on user type (e.g., member or VIP)
Ability to generate coupons or codes for discounts
Ability to automatically apply discounts based on timing (e.g., early-bird offers)
What type of production services do you offer to support use of your platform?:
Set-up of the platform’s look and feel
Prep of speakers (e.g., reviewing platform functionality with them)
Support for attendees during the conference (through chat, e-mail, phone, etc.)
How does your platform support mobile access?:
Responsive interface design