Too Many “Apps For That”

“There’s an app for that.” This advertising slogan introduced by Apple has become a part of our vernacular; in 2010 Apple even trademarked the phrase so that competitors wouldn’t be able to use it for their own purposes. As overused as this expression has become, there is truth in its…

Innovation in Event & Program Design

During October’s ISAE Trend Camp, Keynote Michael Miserendino, President of GravityDrive, and the “TED talk” presentation team focused on innovation in member and user experience when designing events and educational programs. For those of you who missed the Trend Camp last week in Carmel, we have captured a few key…

8 Steps to Successful Mobile Activation Workbook

According to a report by Forbes Magazine, “82% of Fortune 500 CEOs feel their organization did an effective job of strategic planning. Only 14% of the same CEOs indicated their organization did an effective job of implementing the strategy.” Clearly, a real execution gap exists between what we plan to…

Continuing Education: What? There’s an app for that?

While most organizations have an app to support their annual conference or a single large seminar, some have grokked the benefit of supporting all educational and engagement endeavors with a mobile app or mobile responsive EMS.  This seems intuitive; after all apps can help save resource time, cut paper costs,…

R@H Update: One-to-One Messaging

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Our latest feature release includes one-to-one messaging between app users in our mobile apps! Read the post to learn more about its functionality and how to add it to your own mobile app.

Mobile Myths You Still Believe but Shouldn’t

Tech myths on mobile devices and desktops

As an app builder, we hear a multitude of reasons both for and against harnessing mobile apps and technology in general for member engagement. Unfortunately, a few outdated beliefs regarding mobile technology and member usage have lived past their relevance. So we’re providing an update to clear the air!