Meeting technology was at the forefront of the educational program at the Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Professional Education Conference (PEC) in January. At an off-site TechLab, attendees used a variety of software packages, including MeetingPOWER, MeetingMatrix, and the soon-to-be-released PlanSoft Ajenis. There were also classes on the Internet and cyberspace marketing, among others, for a total of more than 20 TechLab sessions. In line with MPI's commitment to technology, ...

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