Sage have just released their Summit 2011 web application for registration. If first looks are any indication I don’t think Twitter and Facebook will have anything to worry about. The present site seems to be one you must access via a web browser on your computer. Portions of it such as logging in are
ridiculous cumbersome on a smartphone. Here’s hopping that an iPhone and Android friendly version is yet to be announced (which we think is the case – and expect at least an iPhone app).
The WEB URL to setup your account on your computer is http://portal.sage11.alliancetech.com/. We
are praying think there must be another link for smartphones since the initial experience of trying to setup an account with an iPhone can only be politely be described as painful.
The tasks I was able to perform on the web:
a. Look at my agenda / schedule
b. View a survey of how I enjoyed Summit
c. View a complete list of trade show companies , description of services, booth numbers
d. Read through conference news (not yet updated)
e. Review sessions (this is all sessions – not just those you’re scheduled for)
f. Search for other attendees and send them messages (provided they’ve turned that feature on when they registered, I can also request a meeting)
g. Links to Summit Twitter and Facebook pages
h: Contact Sage link (text a question)