• Meetingmax and Aventri Integrate Platforms

     
    POSTED October 7, 2019
     
  • Meetingmax and Aventri Integrate Platforms

     
    POSTED October 7, 2019
     

Meetingmax and Aventri have officially announced the complete integration of their platforms. Meetingmax’s room block management merges with Aventri’s event registration systems to diminish the bother of navigating two systems. The product is an integrated platform that helps planners save time, drive registration and promote attendee satisfaction.

“We are proud to offer event planners a fully integrated registration and housing solution,” says Jeff Duncan, president and CEO of Meetingmax. “With this integration, they will be able to offer attendees a seamless registration and hotel booking experience. Using the integrated platforms, planners will exercise greater control over their inventory, improve pick-up rate and ultimately increase revenue.”

Real-time data sharing allows planners to pull cohesive reports from both systems. In order to increase pick-up rate and revenue, planners can access integrated data revealing registered attendees who might not have a room booked yet.

In terms of inventory, the Meetingmax/Aventri integration allows planners to customize setup so only registered attendees can book within the hotel room block. Ensuring all rooms in the block are duly assigned, planners are able to make sure attendees only see the sub-blocks designated for them and limit the number of rooms they can book.

“We’re delighted to partner with a leader like Meetingmax,” says Michael Burns, CRO at Aventri. “Planners will enjoy a secure, easy-to-use, customizable platform to power meetings and events of all sizes. Among the advantages, our platform enables easy-to-pull, data-rich real-time reporting. Planners gain insights to improve event performance and deliver a more enjoyable, personalized attendee experience.”

Limiting any confusion, the new integrated system has the same look and feel. For planners and attendees alike, the system is available for new and existing customers of Meetingmax and Aventri with no additional fees.

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