Audience Response System for Conferences and Other Events in Washington, DC

Audience Response System Washington DCAn audience response system (ARS) from Padgett Communications is the ideal complement for your next conference or meeting in Washington, D.C. The nation’s capital is one of the busiest convention cities in the country, and it can make for a hectic environment. Travel around town can sometimes be complicated, of course, and you know you’ll need to get in early for those prime dinner reservations. With all that and more on your plate, why not leave the implementation of your event’s ARS to the leading audience feedback company in the world?

Since 1995, Padgett Communications has been the audience response system provider of choice for Fortune 500 companies and many popular television programs, including Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Phil, and Rachael Ray. We have achieved 100 percent success for thousands of events around the world, and we’ve done that because of our commitment to providing the absolute best customer service in the industry.

When you hire Padgett to be your ARS partner, you receive:

  • A full-time Padgett Communications employee who serves as your project manager, helping determine the type and number of state-of-the-art handheld feedback devices you’ll need, the format you’ll use for questions and answers, and how your information will be displayed in real-time.
  • On-site help for the event planner, with Padgett employees coordinating hardware setup, software setup, rehearsal, and everything it takes to ensure a smooth, productive presentation.
  • Complete flexibility during the presentation, allowing you to adjust on the fly during a presentation, if needed.
  • Instant storage and archiving of audience feedback data on Padgett Communications’ secure servers for fast, easy access at a later date.

Nothing compares to the level of service and value you’ll enjoy with Padgett Communications by your side. Click or call today to get started with a completely itemized quote for your next event in Washington, D.C.