It was One World Presentation Management Ltd. who designed many of the IT Solutions that first guided medical meetings into the computer era. Staffed by consultants and technology experts, One World brings over 30 years of meeting experience and technology development to today's conference community.
We are software developers and service providers who work side by side with every-day users from the inception of an idea, to projection to the audience in the session room. No other company works with program committees, directors and submitters from the inception of a meeting, and then also guides and assists organizers, audio visual, and presenters at the actual meeting.
Our staff regularly attends meetings to provide essential onsite services, which in turn, provides valuable context for our services that cannot be substituted. At OneWorld abstract submitters are not reduced to conceptual entities or faceless users, as we have worked with thousands of submitters on a face to face basis once they become presenters at the conference.
One World was the first (by several years) to develop software, The Presenter, with the purpose of managing the large numbers of presentations found at association conferences.
We've brought the Presentation Management Center to twenty countries around the world.
Provided Abstract Management services online for 12 years, making us one of the earliest providers of this service.
We were the first to develop an internet-based Presentation Submission System to collect and sort presentations for conferences. Easy forms, no file size limitation, automatic emails and more. Our system is used extensively throughout North America by many organizations and audiovisual companies.
30 years providing solutions to conference industry, including medical associations.
We use the One World Abstract Mangement System as well as the Faculty Management System and both save time, are easy to use and provide more value to our membership.— AANA - MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
"We have used One World Presentation Management abstract submission services for one of our largest international meetings, with over 500 abstract submissions with 75% of these submissions from international countries ranging from large countries in Europe/Asia to small developing countries across the globe. We have used several other abstract submission services in the past, and have found that OWPM’s abstract process is by far the smoothest. They conduct their projects and relationships with great professionalism and deliver excellent work in a minimum timeframe at a reasonable cost, which sets them apart from the competition. I would recommend them to anyone.
— AANA - MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Long-time industry expert, Mark Rosenthal has taken his 35 years’ experience in the conference/presentation industry and applied imagination and technology to develop solutions to the association and conference community.
It was Mark who originally coined the phrase, “presentation management”, to draw a distinction between the skilled attention required to maintain the integrity of presentations and basic file management, which has largely been the standard of large AV companies. Mark designed the first software solutions for online advance submissions for presentations, as well as, for onsite organization of presentations.
Mark is the lead technology designer of the App and Presentation Management software.
With a successful background in international business, Shannon specializes as a communications consultant, with a focus on international conferences. Fluent in English and Japanese, and conversational in several other languages, Shannon's communication skills are the perfect requisite for designing and organizing online forms and database management systems that intuitively meet the challenges of our users from around the world.
In addition to exceptional computer and presentation skills, Shannon is very personable in her professional manner, ensuring a comfortable, confident setting that eases the concerns of time-sensitive, pre-occupied authors and presenters.
If that isn’t enough, Shannon also knows a line or two of code herself.