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Our client was looking to simplify their event process. They had been using a handful of tools to plan and manage their events, and they needed one automated end-to-end global solution that manages attendee engagement from invite to pipeline.
Captix designed an event management system specifically for our client’s needs. After creating a customized invitation platform and branded registration pages, Captix designed a mobile check-in application and built badge-printing kiosks. We then created a lead-capture system, which allows our client to scan and sync data directly to their designated CRM and marketing automation software. The Fortune 50 account executives also needed a system that allows for communication after the event, which is why Captix offers customizable follow-up emails and surveys to be sent to any or all of the attendees. The multinational computer technology company has now successfully hosted more than 650 events in 10 countries with just one tool: Captix.
Our client wanted to increase engagement by having guests interact via in-app games during the event.
On top of the essential event management tools like mobile check-in and providing the event’s agenda, Captix also included a trivia game within the app. Guests were encouraged to answer trivia questions about the showcase event via their smartphones. The more questions they answered correctly, the higher up the interactive leader board they climbed. Our custom software increased engagement by successfully “gamifying” the 100-person event.
Our client needed a simple and quick check-in and badge printing process for their solutions showcase event. The major problem with event check-in is that attendees tend to arrive around the same time causing long lines and a cluttered registration desk.
Self-Serve Check In
Captix designed on-site kiosks where guests could simply type in their email address to check in and instantly print their badge. With multiple kiosks and a streamlined check-in interface, Captix eliminated long lines and scattered spreadsheets at the registration desk. Much like at the airport, the self-serve kiosks were a huge success in progressing the check-in process.