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Microsoft Dynamic Integration with Zoom

Executing Zoom Events Within Your AMS

Zoom reported their usage skyrocketed from 10 million daily meeting participants to 300 million daily meeting participants early in 2020 and more than likely you were one of them. With the shift to remote work, out of the office, apps such as Zoom, and Microsoft’s Teams, have seen major upticks. At Altai we’ve been big fans of both, relying on them to help our staff communicate since well before the pandemic.

With our client’s needs shifting from in-person to remote, we’ve taken the steps to make work even easier for our clients. We’ve always maintained a robust backend event management system that provides the tools to set up, manage, and report on events from a small team or board meetings to massive annual events. Since the pandemic, we’ve worked with our customers to make sure they’ve stayed at the forefront of managing how association events are evolving virtually. One way that we’ve done so has been to integrate Zoom directly into their AMS.

Our integration keeps all meetings, webinars, and events in synch with Zoom.  The integration also keeps attendance updated and creates leads for non-member attendees.

From the web portal plugins that run our customer’s membership portals to the back-end event’s team reporting and workflows. Zoom automatically communicates back and forth with Altai’s AMS and Microsoft Dynamics 365. As a virtual events team, you’ll be able to create your events directly inside your event management platform and it will automatically create the event within Zoom. Conversely, if you create an event within your zoom account, the integration will pull those details back into your AMS.

An Event’s Journey with Altai’s Zoom Integration

Additional Opportunities with Zoom

Once your Zoom event is complete, attendance will be updated in your AMS along with engagement and time attended
Attendance records are updated with minutes attended, engagement scores are created and if the webinar allowed non-member attendance, then a CRM lead record is created.