Attendease wins award at premier industry event in London


Attendease, a Canadian cloud-based event management and automation solution, was awarded ​Best Attendee Management Technology ​at the Event Tech Awards in London on November 6th, 2019. The event, which is on its seventh edition this year, is the most anticipated recognition in the event technology industry. It recognises the achievements of companies delivering digital and technological solutions to the events industry. Among the thirty categories awarded that night, only three Canadian companies made the winner’s list and brought a trophy home.

The subscription-based event solution has helped companies like Adobe, Autodesk, SXSW and Hilton to manage thousands of events across the world. With a growing, ​solid list of successful use cases, Attendease stands today as one of the top enterprise solutions for the management of multiple events of all types and sizes. The platform helps event professionals and marketers be more efficient and scale their event programs by automating tasks and cloning events and websites, which in turn cuts the time spent with event management tasks by half and allows organisations to run more meetings and events.

In an industry in flux and with new entrants all the time, winning such an important award reflects that Attendease continues to punch way above its weight. “As a product company our customer’s feedback and testimonials speak louder than anything else, and we pride ourselves on how hard we work for our customers,” said CEO Todd Heintz, “so getting this recognition as best in class as an enterprise event management platform is a great honor that compliments our customer feedback. With Attendease, corporate event teams are able to ​manage the entire event lifecycle​, from building a white-labeled website to managing registration, sending emails, managing attendees, visualising event data, and more. To learn more about Attendease, visit the website or book a​ personalised demo to see how it can work for you.

Molly Hookings
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