I recently migrated servers, and since then I'm getting an error
That's clearly not the only thing that has changed. Have you made sure the code on the old server is identical to the new server? If not, what changes have you made? If the code truly is identical, then make sure to check the Perl versions on the old and new servers, as well as the contents of @INC on each, and report those here too.
Does NCPS::Meets use the standard Exporter module? Because if it does, it would complain about that module not exporting getMeetInfo, or if it did export it but the module didn't actually contain that function, my testing shows the error message would be different.
It would be best if you could show an SSCCE that reproduces the error.
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