sli.do, which will also be used as the official audience engagement tool at the World Meeting Forum, is an innovative technology that transforms live events by giving a voice to the audience. According to research, a staggering 74 percentof an audience fears asking questions in public, which means many of the best questions never get asked. sli.do democratizes the Q&A sessions by giving everyone a simple way to ask questions and vote for the ones they consider most relevant. sli.do also allows event organizers and speakers to get instant feedback from their audience via live polls and make them feel an active part of their meeting.
Peter Komornik, CEO of sli.do, said: “We are excited to officially announce our Mexican partnership with Ptcice (http://www.ptcice.com/
Ligia Martínez, General Manager of Ptcice-meeting planner, adds: “As meeting planners, we are in constant need of technology tools that help us deliver events that evolve with the industry generating a greater value to our customers and their audience. In sli.do we found a practical, simple and accessible solution for any type of event as well as a team that shares our vision of innovation, creating unique experiences and is looking to add to the professional development of the events industry.”
sli.do continues to push the boundaries in the events industry with innovations such as its first-ever Google Glass app for event moderators, which delegates attending the World Meeting Forum will have an opportunity to discuss and test-drive for themselves.
Fore more information, visit sli.do in Spanish at http://www.sli.do/
sli.do is an award-winning audience interaction platform for speakers and event professionals to easily engage their audience with real-time questions and polls. sli.do’s focus is on simplicity and ease of use – speakers can set up their event in less than one minute, while participants get just one simple link to easily join in via their mobile device. Since its foundation over one year ago, sli.do has won three prestigious event tech awards and has been used by high-profile companies such as Google, KPMG, SAP, IDC, Oracle and Accenture in over 30 countries all around the World. To learn more visit www.sli.do.