Synoweb Technology Event provides all the features necessary for the seamless organisation of an event: creation of a dedicated event website, registrations' management, badge creation, monitoring, check-in, etc.
An "all in one" solution especially designed for corporations and organisations that organise events such as professional seminars.Synoweb Technology Event lets you focus on the only goal that really matters: making your event a success !
Spend less time on logistics, and more time doing what you love.
Ditch the paper invitations. Event management software lets you send invitations and track RSVPs and ticket sales all in one place.
Stop relying on your limited email list for event promotion. Spread the word about your event with an online event listing and social media tools.
Leave the clipboard at home. Mobile event management apps get attendees in the door faster with on-site ticket scanning and check-in.
With Events software, you can register attendees online on a customized registration form, send invitations, and send registration confirmation emails with barcodes. Then you can export your guest data for Event Track, which lets you register attendees on-site, register them for specific sessions of an event, print nametags, and scan barcodes to verify them.
Be wary, though: the free edition is "as is." Jolly Events does not offer any warranty, or email or phone support for this product.
event management software solves the long-standing frustrations of corporate event and conference professionals. The all-in-1 platform makes executing successful events simple and affordable. Our event management solution improves event experience, streamlines event planning, and provides data-driven reporting.
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