On September 11th we launched our Instagram page with this image:



Between September 11th-12th Convene attended the annual Trade Union Conference in Brighton. It first held its Congress in Brighton in 1933 and from the 1950s onwards, has regularly held its Congress there.

Earlier this year we had acquired two union clients: Community and National Union for Teachers.  

Convene has since enabled these organisations to work more efficiently in a secure digital environment.

Going paperless will streamline meeting processes. Especially when dealing with a large number of participants, making decisions and action items easier to manage, view and complete.

With Convene, meeting organisers have the power to make changes to documents and meeting packs, as and when information is updated. Meeting participants need not search through long email threads for the most up to date documents, instead all they have to do is open up Convene to see the changes.

High level union meetings handle sensitive information. Talking to people at the congress, we found that this was a concern of going digital when data hacking and information leakage is headline news.

Our award-winning security has encryption standards that are 16 times greater than online banking, data recovery mechanisms and fine grained access control to put your mind at ease.

Sign up to find out more about our securty measures and how going paperless can help your organisation.


Lavaniya Das

Written by Lavaniya Das

Lavaniya Das is the Head of UK and EU Content at Azeus Convene UK.

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