Bring Your Own Device – ‘BYOD’ – is turning technology on its head. Businesses used to be responsible for purchasing and maintaining the computers and other devices their employees use; today, many employees would rather use their own devices.
So that project is finally over.
All the late hours and cups of coffee have led to the end of this project you and your team have poured energy into. All that's left is a dreary post-mortem meeting.
Whether your project has been a success or a failure, no one likes going over and raking up what you did - or worse, what you did badly. Post mortem meetings are essential to a company, the growth of your team and even your own personal growth.
Launching the event app to your participants is something a lot of meeting and event planners are a little anxious about. Not strange, as you send out invitations to hundreds or thousands of participants. EventEye has made an event app launch guide so that you as an organiser can feel secure each time before sending out invitations.
1. Make sure participants can access the event
Each participant needs to be added to the dashboard with a unique email address or given an event code to access the event.
2. Make sure you ahve uploaded an event photo
Being involved in event technology, one question that consistently arises from event organisers is "How do I measure event app ROI?". In truth, there is no set guidelines on how to measure an event app success and if it was worth the investment. However, this article, brought to you by cube-i, will over an insight on how to determine event app success.