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Version 2.0 Released!


eConferenceWare Version 2.0 was officially launched on August 1st, 2001! Version 2.0 includes several new features that allow eConferenceWare to be even more flexible in accommodating specific and unique conference needs.

For a complete list of new features, please visit our features page.

Why eConferenceWare? Great Question!

eConferenceWare is a service offering that provides any type of conference - technical, medical, educational, industrial - with a full-service website for attendees, authors, exhibitors and conference personnel. eConferenceWare, by nature of its services and design, makes conferences much more efficient in terms of labor, costs and effectiveness. And, because it is a service offering, there is no need for technical overhead to maintain and operate the conference website.

It Pays For Itself In Less Than 1 Year!

Since ITherm 2000, eConferenceWare has changed to incorporate many new features that make it even more efficient and cost effective. The basic principle is simple. eConferenceWare pays for itself the first year it is used. If the numbers don't make sense before your conference invests in eConferenceWare, then your conference probably doesn't need it. Contact us today for a free consultation and we'll show you how eConferenceWare can save your conference money and increase participation!


ITherm 2000 Is A Complete Success!

In 1999, the first version of eConferenceWare was designed and developed to solve the typical problems encountered by any conference. The first client, and main contributor towards what eConferenceWare is today, was ITherm 2000. ITherm is a technical conference dedicated to the thermal challenges of today's microprocessor applications and is run by a large group of professional engineers, professors and a small dedicated administrative staff. ITherm's biggest challenge was managing several hundred technical paper submissions from authors around the world. The cost of maintaining the several hundred technical papers, before eConferenceWare, was nearly $40,000 per conference. This money was used to copy, print and mail technical papers using the U.S. Postal Service, Federal Express, etc. This money did not include the time required, as well as all of the associated headaches and delays, for each author and conference personnel to process the technical papers. The first year eConferenceWare was used by ITherm, the $40,000 printing and mailing cost was reduced to less than $5,000 and, at the same time, conference personnel and authors expressed their appreciation for the effectiveness and efficiency of the "paperless conference" that ITherm had become.