Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Audience Voting Solutions for Organizations of All Sizes in Pittsburgh, PA

Since 1995, Padgett Communications’ audience voting technology has helped streamline the election process for organizations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and throughout the world. With traditional election methods, such as paper ballots, tallying votes can be time-consuming and the results may be inaccurate due to human error. However, when you use our technology, results will be generated immediately and are certain to ...

Advanced Audience Response Systems and Full-Service Support from Padgett Communications for Organizations in Pittsburgh, PA

There are many reasons to turn to Padgett Communications for an audience response system. First and foremost, it will make your event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a more compelling experience for your audience. Our intuitive and versatile technology will make it easy for your audience to interact with the presentation, making it more likely for them to retain information and allowing ...

Audience Polling Solutions for Organizations in Pittsburgh, PA, and Throughout the World

Incorporating audience polling technology can help make your next meeting or event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a more fun and engaging experience. This is especially the case when you use technology from Padgett Communications, which is highly versatile and can be tailored to your organization’s specific needs. Our devices can be used for: Playing interactive trivia games modeled after popular television ...

Audience Response Systems Help Organizations in Pittsburgh, PA, Get More from Their Events and Meetings

Organizations in the market for reliable audience response systems for their upcoming events or meetings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, can turn to Padgett Communications for the industry’s most advanced technology and full-service support. Our handheld response devices can be tailored to accommodate any organizations unique requirements and the on-site support services we provide ensures each event goes smoothly. It’s no wonder ...