(noun) 1. An interactive meeting technology that allows real-time polling of attendees In a Nutshell Audience response systems bring interactivity — and in some cases, honesty — to a meeting by allowing users to answer multiple-choice questions anonymously via a keypad. Almost instantly, results are collected and can be displayed on a screen or exported for reporting and analysis. What's the Point? Top reasons for bringing ARS into a meeting setting include faster decision making, ...

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