November 01, 1999
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts November 1999 Current Issue
November 1999
Short Cuts:Tech News

THE GOLD SYSTEM, meeting-planning software from Oakland, N.J.-based ISIS, now works with the Sabre, Worldspan and Apollo computerized reservations systems. Version 3.0 also has been rewritten as a client-server product, enabling planners to move the registration process to the Web. ISIS claims the big benefits are that registrant databases can be large enough for any size meeting, and hundreds of users can access the program at one time.

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