Conference and Event Management Software

A one-stop-shop solution

 

“Running around like a headless chicken” - The best way to describe your daily antics, right? In a fast-paced and demanding role, achieving your targets and delivering outstanding events and the best customer service are the key elements of success!

The initial step to accomplishing this success is having an event management software that supports you at every step of the journey. From the initial enquiry, generating proposals and allocation of event services, through to the production of invoices and event reporting, Kinetic has the perfect solution waiting for you. 

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How will our software for event management help you?

All teams can access the latest information in one centralised view, meaning everyone is on track.
Visibility of available rooms will allow you to utilise the empty space and maximise the chance of increasing revenue.
Never miss a booking opportunity again by tracking all enquiries.
Extensive reporting will improve operational procedures and help identify the most profitable or relevant business.
Sending out automatic contracts and quotes will save your team time, allowing them to focus on delivering the best customer experience.
Generate additional income by upselling your resources, including catering, bedrooms and AV equipment.

Explore our event management solutions for each stage of the journey

1

Enquiries

Student enquiries

Tracking enquiries will enable you to obtain intel and understand the type of business you receive. By recording this information, you can identify which ones to take through to booking and which to turn down.

2

Proposals

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Your prospect needs to be ‘WOWED!’ The initial proposal is your first opportunity to showcase your offering in the best light. By creating a high-converting sales proposal, you can truly revolutionise your pipeline. 

3

Scheduling

Availability

Giving your customers the option to view event details and schedules online, and then make an enquiry or request, will not only save your team time but also improve the customer's experience. 

4

Registration 

Computer screen

Offer your customers an engaging and simple registration process where they can pay online for the event, while you use this attendee information for powerful reporting and create user-friendly dashboards. 

5

Check-in 

Mobile

Once your guest arrives at the event, you’ll want to ensure they experience a speedy and efficient check-in process. The quickest way to achieve a process like this is by using a tablet device. 

6

Managing data

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With hundreds and thousands of contact details in your system, it’s vital that you protect this information and manage it correctly to ensure you’re being compliant with GDPR. 

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Let the stats tell the story...

Kinetic customers generate

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more revenue than non-Kinetic customers
Our customers achieve

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more in non-residential commercial income

Source: Hesa

Don't just take our word for it

Simon Barlow

Head of Events | Queen Mary University of London

 

Kinetic has removed the time spent in previous years communicating on paper, in person or by phone. It has provided a more robust platform that our teams have confidence in. 

John Nussear

Director, Conference Services | Georgia Institute of Technology

Kx is a difference-maker as it keeps us centralized. It gives myself, each conference coordinator, student manager and conference assistant the ability to view all pertinent aspects of a program in one location. It streamlines information, which makes our operation more efficient.

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