Occasions.com launches app to make occasion administration much less horrible

Events.com launches app to make event management less horrible

There’s no scarcity of apps should you’re looking for an occasion to go to, however now it’s the opposite aspect’s flip. These of us who’ve discovered ourselves within the unlucky place of being answerable for an occasion will welcome Occasions.com‘s new Occasion Assistant app with open arms. Launching in the present day, it’s designed to assist organizers of occasions huge and small maintain some semblance of sanity because the loopy world of occasion administration rages round them.

Events.com launches app to make event management less horrible

It’s easy, however easy is the most effective coverage when you might have a queue of keen followers ready.

For one thing that sounds as un-attractive as occasion administration, the Occasions.com workforce has executed a cracking job at making it as straightforward as attainable, cramming a ton of intelligent options into the app; it provides occasion examine-in with voice recognition, retains the verify-ins synced throughout units to make sure visitors can solely use every ticket as soon as and actual-time synchronization for brand spanking new and cancelled registrations.

The app additionally tackles a few much less apparent challenges with occasion registrations, resembling e-signing of waivers similar to authorized disclaimers, movie / images releases and phrases and circumstances. The app additionally packs in an offline mode, so your occasion doesn’t come crashing right down to a smoldering pile of disappointment if the Wi-Fi community takes a stage-dive into the concrete flooring and sinks into unconsciousness for a couple of minutes.

“The Occasion Assistant App is the right associate to the Occasions.com on-line occasion administration platform. The app offers organizers and volunteers with the instruments to effortlessly maintain strains shifting on occasion day,” stated Tressa Schultze, Product Supervisor at Occasions.com.

The app is just out there for Android for now, citing the supply of reasonably priced Android units and a bonus in velocity-to-market. The corporate didn’t rule out an iOS model sooner or later, however doesn’t look like making it a precedence for now.