Are you planning your next corporate event? Speaking at an annual meeting? There are several reasons why you need to consider planning for the use of a wireless audience response system, this article will help define the advantages for your next event.
Radio frequency identification, or R.F.I.D., refers to a variety of wireless technologies that create communication between a tag and a reader. R.F.I.D. can be used for long-range communication through ultra-high frequency, or U.H.F., tags or for very close communication using near field communication, or N.F.C., tags.
Ah, the trusty self-service ticket kiosk. You can always depend on them to pop up at train stations, airport check-in desks and at the cinema. They’ve been around for a long time and are always a good alternative to braving long queues at the ticket desk — even if kiosks sometimes test your patience.
Kiosks are a normal part of everyday life these days.
If you check in at the airport, get cash out of an ATM, or visit the supermarket you will have the option of using an in-store / self-service kiosk. This demand for self-service has driven the need for kiosk technology innovation to keep evolving.
Event management software (EMS) helps users manage all the bits and pieces that go into creating a successful event. EMS applications include online registration, online payment, venue selection and procurement, sourcing, paper management, exhibition management, content management, and booking and billing. The software also enables on-site operations like registration and supply billing.
You have a lot on your plate when planning an event, especially when it comes to coordinating people and resources. Whether you’re planning a community meetup or exhibiting at a trade show, your team needs to click like clockwork to make sure everything comes together perfectly on location.
Member Solutions, the leading provider of full-service membership billing, payment processing and member management software solutions for membership businesses in the Martial Arts and Fitness business industry, today announced that its online event registration software, Event Manager, has been ranked #14 in Capterra’s Most Popular Event Management Software study.
So much work goes into planning and executing the perfect event, and sometimes even that isn’t enough.
I once labored around all of the marketing and communications for an annual planning conference, and spent hours buttoning-down mostly awesome, insightful, inspiring and even humorous remarks for the event’s key speaker – the organization’s chairperson.
Event management industry is evolving and changing with the times, and the number one reason for that is technology, as is most often the case in other industries.
When speaking about technology in the context of event management, we usually mean software. In the last several years, many software solutions geared specifically towards helping event managers and planners do their jobs more effectively have appeared.
Event management platforms are used to manage events, conferences, trade shows, and meetings of professional organizations. These software products help event planners and organizers streamline the process of hosting an event with tools that manage venue selection, marketing, payment processing, attendee registration, and more.