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ASCB Uses ATIV'S EventPilot(r) 7 Scientific Meeting App with Offline Access to Thousands of Sessions and Papers

The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) uses the EventPilot scientific conference app to provide its 7,000 attendees instant mobile access to over 2,000 latest research posters

Santa Rosa, California (PRWEB) December 14, 2013

The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is using its comprehensive mobile meeting app, powered by EventPilot 7, for its conference in New Orleans, LA, which runs from December 14-18, 2013. With thousands of sessions and scientific posters loaded natively into the interactive conference app, attendees quickly find any session and related materials on their mobile device. Learn more at

“We needed an app that actually works for our complex scientific meeting and were impressed with the versatility of EventPilot,” said Mike McCormack, Director of Information Technology, American Society for Cell Biology. “Our EventPilot conference app includes the full set of all sessions and presentations and gives our attendees easy access with an advanced search feature and great navigation.”

Attendees benefit from an array of information at their fingertips but are not slowed down by sifting through high volumes of unwanted search results, thanks to the comprehensive filters that they can use to narrow their search significantly, whether the user is searching for a particular poster presentation, abstract, speaker, or exhibitor. Unlike paper programs, the interactive EventPilot conference app allows attendees to instantly search through the thousands of content items, filter by interest field, color-coded categories, or visual schedule. They can personalize their meeting app with the included schedule builder, bookmarking, and note taking. Attendees can use the EventPilot conference app at any time since its highly advanced offline functionality does not require WiFi.

The free EventPilot app is easily accessible through many of the popular platforms, including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Tablets, and Kindle Fire.

The EventPilot mobile conference app features include:

Thousands of Offline Sessions, Poster Presentations, and Scientific Abstracts

The paperless conference app easily handles and organizes huge amounts of conference material giving users quick access to meeting information, even when WiFi is unavailable, with EventPilot’s unmatched offline experience.

Synchronization Across Different Platforms

The meeting planner synchronizes personal information across different operating systems allowing attendees to alternate between their Android phone and iOS tablet.

Advanced Search

The paperless app’s sophisticated search feature allows the user to quickly find specific abstracts, sessions, and speakers. Tiered search and collapsible segments allow for quick organization of yielded results.

The free iPhone and iPad conference app is available now in the App Store. The free Android event app is available in the Android market. Search for “ASCB13”. A web version for BlackBerry and other web-enabled devices is available.

About ASCB
The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) was founded in 1960 and today has over 11,000 members. ASCB is committed to advancing research and scientific discovery in the study of the cell. Through its dedication to the improvement of education and promoting professional development, ASCB’s objective is to increase its members and continue to make medical breakthroughs by collectively learning more about the fundamental unit of life. Learn more at

About ATIV Software
ATIV Software publishes the advanced mobile conference app EventPilot for medical and scientific meetings as well as the EventPilot Journal app for custom medical and scientific peer reviewed publications. EventPilot is available as a customized native app for iOS and Android. Web-app included for BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7.

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