Pittsburgh – Automated Card Systems (ACS), a Canonsburg-based photo identification management company, is introducing a new “Virtual Lead” system at the Pittsburgh Business Show on April 19-20, 2017, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
The Pittsburgh Business Show is a two-day B2B expo that invites start-up businesses, established organizations, and Fortune 500 companies to learn how to achieve their goals, increase their revenue, and connect with people and resources that will jump-start their businesses.
When attendees enter the Show, they will receive a Virtual Lead card with a unique identifier. Using their cards, attendees can visit 150+ vendor booths. If they would like to learn more about a particular exhibitor, they simply present their card to be scanned by the vendor. The attendee card’s information—including name, title, email, and company—will be downloaded into a system that exhibitors can view online. At the end of the Pittsburgh Business Show, each exhibitor will have a list of names and numbers to contact and to provide more information on their products or services.
“The Virtual Lead System allows attendees to choose the vendors from whom they would like to receive more information, and offer vendors a list of leads that they can follow up after the Show. For pre-registered attendees, ACS will provide a pre-printed Virtual Lead card at the registration desk that includes their name and company information right on the card. Those who have not pre-registered will have their Virtual Lead cards made by ACS right at registration,” said Bill Livolsi, President of ACS.
Livolsi will also be a presenter at the Pittsburgh Business Show at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 20. His presentation, “Security Inside and Out,” will discuss security applications for laptops, PCs, and servers that are affordable for small businesses and will help protect their intellectual property. Tickets are available here.
“The Pittsburgh Business Show is the first trade show of its kind to use a Virtual Lead System. It provides an easy way for both Pittsburgh Business Show vendors and attendees to find the tools, products, and services they need to run their companies. This is just one of the ways that the Show is using a state-of-the-art marketing and technology platform to help businesses make connections,” said Linda Jo Thornberg, President of the Pittsburgh Business Show.
Visit the Pittsburgh Business Show website at https://www.pittsburghbusinessshow.com to register for free tickets to the Show and to 30+ presentations and workshops that will be held April 19 and 20, 2017.
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