Past Webinars by Category

Every other Wednesday afternoon, we host a webinar spotlighting best practices and products for iMIS users. A few previous topics include moving from the desktop to the staff site, keeping your iMIS system in tip top shape, linking in RiSE, and bridges to third party integrations. To provide all iMIS users with best practices and new ideas, our recorded webinars are available at no charge. Browse by category to find a topic of interest.

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Recent Webinars

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Advanced IQA Display with Responsive HTML and JavaScript

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Time: 3:00 PM ET (1:00-1:30 PM MT)

Presenter: Aaron Milligan, iMIS Consultant

Are you looking to unlock the power of dynamic content? In this presentation, we will go through a couple of IQA examples that will change the way you display dynamic content. We'll show:

  • tips to make responsive, full featured member directories, or product displays
  • how to redirect your users to any page on your site based on any criteria in your database

*** WARNING*** This could challenge what you thought was possible!

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Take your Events to the Next Level with the ATS Event Program Toolbox

Presenter: Jake Robida, Service Team Manager

The out-of-the-box Event Program iPart provides a great way to register for events, but provides little in the way of flexibility. Introducing the ATS Event Program Toolbox- a dynamic, expandable solution for displaying detailed information about your event including:

  • Sortable and searchable function lists
  • Function detail pages with speaker lists
  • Speaker detail pages with session lists, photos and bios

Join us as we demo the solution and discuss ways it can be expanded upon to meet your specific needs.

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