Resource-saving store systems on EMS basis
Here, the EMS management software is exactly the right solution, because it allows you to distribute merchandise items and promotional gifts in a targeted manner. For example, your employees can use XFAIR store systems to pay for the desired items for internal billing simply by name tag. For visitors to the trade fair stand, on the other hand, a separate checkout system with cash register and card terminal can be set up.
Store systems and cash register processes run fully automatically with EMS. For you as the project manager, this variant is extremely time and cost efficient.
Would you like to use store systems from XFAIR at your next trade fair? Then get in touch with us. We will be happy to advise you.
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BOOTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
The success of a trade show or event depends to a large extent on the quality of visitor contacts on site. For this reason, trade show participants should be able to find the right contact person at the booth quickly and easily. The optimal framework for this is provided by efficient stand management systems for the coordination of trade show staff.
At trade shows, congresses and other events, the generation of leads – i.e. successful contacts with people in the target group (e.g. potential customers) – is considered a key success factor. Accordingly, it is important to record and measure leads. The basic prerequisite for this is optimally functioning lead management, to which visitor registration is connected and which evaluates every qualitative contact.
To ensure that visitors to a trade show booth feel comfortable, adequate supplies of food and beverages must be provided. It is important to keep an eye on the selection, quantity, availability and logistics. Functioning catering systems thus also make their contribution to the success of a trade show or other event.
IT AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
Visitors to trade shows are extremely demanding due to the large number of exhibitors. Companies must therefore ensure that they leave nothing to chance when it comes to their trade show presence. This also and especially applies to the use of state-of-the-art presentation and communication technologies.
Human interaction is what makes a trade show or event a real success. In addition to the technical project managers who explain products and services at the booth, for example, the event staff is also crucial. From the information desk to catering and promotion, a large number of helpers are deployed who should have a whole range of skills and qualifications.