Looking for a go-to event technology solution that maximises pre- and post-event engagement gives personalised matchmaking and networking solutions and offers year-round marketing? Zerista’s event app encompasses all this and more.

Founded in 2008, Zerista (a Simpleview brand) created a customisable event app that is backed by its world-class support team.

With offices in Tucson, Arizona, Denver, Colorado, and London the event tech company has supplied to events all over the world including Bio International Convention, Forrester Events, the Phocuswright Conference and Secure World Expo.

Its full set of features – including social feed, meeting planners, leader board, messages, targeted alerts, and custom pages – raises this event app onto another level. It is no surprise, then, that it has been shortlisted for not one, but two Event Technology AwardsBest Event Networking App and Best Event App.

Additionally, Zerista’s hosted buyer platform has been seven years in the making. The team tirelessly developed an easy-to-use and efficient method of driving relevant and personalized matching of one-to-one meetings, so users can fill their schedules with the most productive networking connections and pertinent sessions.

Commenting on the awards, Zerista’s president, Tom Rickert, said: “Awards like these give companies a chance to make a statement and be recognised for the hard work that they put into the event industry.

“We’ve had a global presence for 11 years and now, after joining Simpleview, we’re aspiring for another level.”  Intriguingly, Tom told Event Industry News that the company had many exciting plans for the future but was coy when asked for details. He said: “Let’s just say, we’re all looking forward to next year.”Follow Zerista on TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn.

This content is sponsored by Zerista.

Molly Hookings
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