Understanding your event dashboard
Having a complete picture of what's going on with your event can be hard, especially when you don't have centralized information. This can lead to a very bumpy road, and your event can suffer costly consequences if actions are not taken in a timely manner.
Think of this scenario: You launched your event website and registrations are going slowly. What do you do? You can ask for a report from the Marketing team to see how the launching campaign went, or maybe to see if they can send you the number of website visits.
This can take a while and will force you to depend on others to pull the information you need, and most importantly, take actions to boost your event performance. With your event dashboard, you can easily check your progress in terms of registration, payment collection, website visits, and more. Look at these highlights:
The first section will help you identify your registration behavior as well as real-time payment updates, website visits, and scheduled meetings.
It will also allow you to see how you're doing with your payment collection goal with a dynamic graph, as well as the type of public with the highest registration rate.
The second section will help you see how your commercial team is doing with the stand and booking sales. It also gives you a quick view of the availability of stands by area in your exhibition.
Finally, the last section has up-to-date information regarding the meetings that have been accepted, rejected, and are still waiting for confirmation.
These quick insights are always updating on real time, which is very important when organizing events, as all numbers can change within seconds. So, by the time you receive that report from your Marketing team, you’ll be making decisions based on outdated information.
You now know how efficient Eventtia's Dashboard is for your event management.