Posts Tagged: custom reports

lbradford

Providing Real-Time Reports

Many times as a meeting planner, your time is divided between planning the event and reporting back to your clients on the status of the event. Generating and disseminating reports can be time consuming. Having the ability to create custom reports with filtered results is useful, but can still require that you physically run and email these reports to your clients on a regular basis. To help resolve this, EventRebels has designed each custom report with a unique link that can be used to access the report without an EventRebels login. This link is perfect for sharing with those who... Read more »

What You Need in Your Conference Registration Software, Part 3

In our last posting we continued our review of the right technology for your conference registration software. We mentioned that a full conference registration package should have all of these elements (where applicable): • Online Registration with Conditional Logic • Flexible Pricing and Discounting • Membership database links • Self-Service registration • Transaction Based Accounting • Exhibitor Management • E-Marketing • Real-time Custom Reports • Onsite Registration • Post-conference surveys We will now look at how e-marketing allows you to take your data and increase your attendances and participation in your conferences.

What You Need in Your Conference Registration Software, Part 2

In our last posting we reviewed the right technology for your conference. We mentioned that a full conference registration package should have all of these elements (where applicable): Online Registration with Conditional Logic Flexible Pricing and Discounting Membership database links Self-Service registration Transaction Based Accounting Exhibitor Management E-Marketing Real-time Custom Reports Onsite Registration Post-conference surveys We covered the first three elements in our previous article – now let’s look at the next three.

What You Need in Your Conference Registration Software, Part 1

Very few activities in the travel and hospitality industry bring more disparate elements together than a conference.  So many different groups of people are involved – planners, speakers, hoteliers, airlines, destinations, vendors, technology, exhibitors, attendees and more. All of these usually are at remote locations, yet have to communicate frequently.