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omNovia Technologies and Michigan Society of Association Executives Announce Strategic Partnership(July 08, 2014)
Houston, TX and East Lansing, MI (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
omNovia, a leading global platform provider of interactive online training, high quality webinars and live event webcasting solutions, announced today a partnership with MSAE, a leading not-for-profit that serves the learning and networking needs of Michigan associations.
With the addition of omNovia we plan to deliver more effective and impactful online events to enhance our member experience, said MSAE Director of Learning and Leadership Services Edward Wood III.
MSAE has been serving the association management and meetings industries since 1927 to ensure a knowledgeable, professional, and successful association community.
The combination of MSAEs thought leadership and professional networking opportunities with omNovias interactive webinar platform will provide engaging training webinars to the MSAE community. We look forward to supporting their mission of quality education, information and resources, said omNovia Director of Operations Rachel Gremillion. Our partnership creates a strengthened allegiance to empowering associations by providing them with tools and support needed to meet and exceed member expectations.
To learn more about the partnership, contact David Pace at david(at)bsbspeakers(dot)com.
omNovia Technologies is a global leader in software solutions for high-quality webinars, engaging online training and live event webcasting for small online presentations to large-scale enterprise. In addition to cutting-edge technology, omNovia offers webinar services bringing best practices for more engaging, effective and impactful webinars. Visit http://www.omnovia.com/associations for more information.
MSAE is a professional organization of more than 800 association leaders and thinkers throughout Michigan that works to advance knowledge in the association industry. Visit http://www.msae.org for more information.
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