Meetingmax and Aventri Connect Registration and Housing Management

September 11, 2019

Aventri and Meetingmax have teamed up to offer event planners a fully integrated registration and housing solution. The new platform integration connects the Meetingmax room block management and Aventri event registration systems to streamline planning, drive registration and increase attendee satisfaction.  

The integration provides an enhanced customer experience, allowing attendees to register and book accommodations seamlessly without having to enter their information twice. 

For event planners, housing logistics are simplified. Planners can run real-time reports that identify attendees who have registered for an event but not booked a hotel room. This data can then be used to encourage these attendees to reserve rooms within the designated block(s).  

“With this integration, [event planners] will be able to offer attendees a seamless registration and hotel booking experience,” said Jeff Duncan, president and CEO of Meetingmax. “Using the integrated platforms, planners will exercise greater control over their inventory, improve pick-up rate and ultimately increase revenue." 

The Meetingmax/Aventri integration also gives planners greater control over their inventory. Controls can be put in place that allow only registered attendees to reserve rooms within the housing block. In addition, sub-blocks can be set up and displayed only to certain attendee types, such as exhibitors. Or limits can be set to allow each attendee to book just one room.

According to Michael Burns, Aventri’s chief revenue officer, event planners can leverage this secure, easy-to-use and customizable platform to power meetings and events of all sizes.  

“Among the advantages, our platform enables easy-to-pull, data-rich real-time reporting,” Burns said. “Planners gain insights to improve event performance and deliver a more enjoyable, personalized attendee experience.”  

The new integrated system is available for both new and existing customers of Meetingmax and Aventri with no additional set-up costs. 

For more information on Aventri, go here. For more information on Meetingmax, go here.  

 

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