"Call for Abstracts, Grants, and Awards, all on one software platform!"
We broke down the abstract management process into three stages. First, your event's potential speakers submit their documents.
Second, your organization's reviewers evaluate the submissions based on your organization's criteria.
Forget about manually entering call for conference abstracts data into spreadsheets, sending a thousand emails, and filling your desk with a million sticky notes. Everything submitted to the Abstract Scorecard abstract management system is collected and stored on our secure servers, in the cloud. You have instant access to the abstract software anytime, anywhere.
CadmiumCD created the Abstract Scorecard abstract collection tool to help event planners manage the submission, review, selection, and scheduling process for conference abstracts, awards, and grants. The Abstract Scorecard will allow you to toss spreadsheets aside and make abstract collection and management a breeze.
The Abstract Scorecard is only the first step in the world's most powerful meeting management system.
CadmiumCD's Abstract Scorecard is an easy-to-use conference abstract collection software tool with three distinct stages. The Abstract Scorecard simplifies the conference abstract submission and collection process for potential speakers, creates an organized and easy way for reviewers to evaluate the submissions, and generates comparisons based on your organization's criteria that make selecting the final manuscripts easy.
We know you don't need just a tool for collecting conference abstracts. That's why the Abstract Scorecard is customizable. Collect, review, and select a variety of data the way you think is best. The most popular options beside calls for papers are award scoring, grant scoring, and poster collections. Get in touch to find out how the Abstract Scorecard can work with your specific needs.
The system is great. It prompts you of omissions. The interface was user-friendly.
great system. Easiest I have every used. I wish that there was a comment box available. (or if there is one I missed it).