Uniguest has partnered with Ungerboeck to provide event professionals in more than 50 countries with intuitive beginning-to-end CRM, space booking, event planning and communications, order management, exhibition management, catering, registration, a/v arrangements, full financials and more.
As the world’s leading event technology platform for more than 35 years, Ungerboeck has transformed the way events are managed. The need for excessive procedures, documents, portals and templates has been significantly reduced by streamlining all aspects of the event process into a single platform.
“The partnership between Ungerboeck and JANUS Displays allows event managers to do their job in the system they’re used to working in and enables them to automate the information so venue attendees can stay up to date.”
Event details change almost daily, and in order to reflect those changes on the digital displays, the client has to enter the same detail change twice: first in the Ungerboeck platform, then in Uniguest’s JANUS Content Management Software. This was a cumbersome process that required extra work and extra time from the event staff along with a higher risk of error occurring with the second entry or step being forgotten altogether.
JANUS had partnered with Ungerboeck to integrate the event management software with the content management software for the digital displays. Working together, an interface was developed in which all of the event data hosted on the Ungerboeck platform is pushed directly through the JANUS CMS to the displays on the client’s property.
Matt Goche, COO at Uniguest commented, “The interface created by this partnership allows clients to change any data mappings or configurations and generates an updated data feed in real time which is quickly reflected on the display boards. With only one data entry point needed the workflow is significantly simplified.
“Implementing an automatic data feed from Ungerboeck to JANUS has had a great impact on service offering to clients. They appreciate not having to manually update event details every time a change is made.”