Reporting is a key tool for understanding your event and its attendees. Some use the information for sales leads, others for marketing or building a user base. Whatever your reason is, you can be sure that provides in-depth reporting on your event’s metrics.

It’s so much more than a name and an email address. Your attendees’ activity in your event can tell you a lot about what you are doing right and what can be improved. Reporting is also a great tool to offer your presenters, sponsors and other interested parties so they can get a feel for the ebb and flow of the event. Our goals are measuring success and gaining helpful insights.

You’ll have information about time in sessions, both live and on-demand, along with session popularity, email campaign successes, booth attendance and so much more.

We work with a group of medical professionals that hosts a rather large conference twice a year. With so many topics to choose from, they rely on the event’s reports to plan the next event’s materials. Producing a large event like this is no simple task, but reporting helps steer an educated decision on the next event. Not to mention, their sponsors love seeing the reports on booth activity and what medical professionals are interested in at the moment.