Tradeshow solution provider Bartizan Connects announced today the availability of a self-managed session tracking solution for show organizers. Because most attendance tracking solutions are a cost burden to show management, Bartizan developed a solution that significantly lowers the cost. The system is so easy to use that no onsite tech is required, saving money for the event managers. Even the smallest shows may now learn who is attending sessions in real time with complete reporting and session in/out time stamps.
Bartizan’s systems provide event planners with simple methods to track session attendance and seminar participation or control access to paid event functions.
“It is important to track the session activity at an event. With this information, show managers can award Continuing Education Unit credits, evaluate the popularity of topics, and collect names of attendees to confirm their attendance at the session,” said Lew Hoff, president, Bartizan Connects. “They can also capture session evaluation surveys on-site, during or directly following individual sessions, and track important attendee demographics in real-time.”
“We provide tradeshow management with the most innovative, low cost, easy-to-use tracking methods available,” said Elizabeth Mazei, executive vice president & COO, Bartizan Connects. “They can gather data from a variety of badge types – magstripe, 1D or 2D barcode, and RFID.”
During the event, a complete report is available to show organizers on a secure server and is only available via a unique log in and password. On the secure server website, the data is sortable by session. The show organizer can view each session and which attendees attended each session. With this information, the show organizer can award applicable CEU credits to the appropriate attendees.
With Bartizan’s event access control system, show managers can control access to any session area, including sessions, dining rooms, and special events. This part of the system verifies eligibility for sessions requiring sign-up, in addition to tracking access.