Meeting Spyder helps you take the next step in meeting management

Parliamentary and council style meetings – face-to-face, online or a combination

Meeting Spyder is designed for major decisions and supports meetings as performed in state, regional and local governments, committees and AGMs.

Multiple products in one system

With Meeting Spyder your meeting efficiency will accelerate to new heights. Service include system configuration, agenda managements, delegate database, attendance and access control, list of speakers with timers based on speaker type, advanced voting management, document annotations as well as group collaboration features and more.

Parliamentary and council style voting

Meeting Spyder is combining modern time-saving voting technology with an advanced election feature. It allow groups to vote and elect using smartphones, tablets, laptops and audience response keypads, so called “clickers”.

Our system supports simple parliamentary majority voting, weighted voting, multiple choice, delegate elections, and can be customized for specific voting workflows.

Responses are instantly collected and aggregated by the voting solution and can be displayed on screens in real-time  and provide detailed reports.

The chairman or operator always have complete control of the voting process. Voting can also be controlled remotely, by another operator using a PC or tablet

Facilitate faster debates

Delegates request the floor by pressing a button using a smartphone or a wireless keypad. Multiple requests are automatically placed on an agenda item list of speakers. The chair have full control of the debate and can also register requests to speak, change order in the waiting list and override delegates if needed.

Provide Interaction for Guest Speakers

Meeting Spyder is also a mobile audience response solution for everyone who is looking to add interactive elements to their meetings.

Used in your general session and/or your break-out sessions, Meeting Spyder allows the meeting presenters to interact with and engage the audience during their meetings.

They can ask questions and respond to “real life” information collected on the spot, ensuring that the presentation addresses the individual and unique needs of the audience, an element which changes from meeting to meeting.

And, there is no better way for the audience to communicate with the presenter’s findings and presentation than through two-way, instant feedback.