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Easy-to-use events websites

We create competitively-priced content-managed websites and our easy-to-use system has powered over 800 events.

Easy management of:


Event agenda and seminar information
Event agenda and seminar information


Speaker profiles and photos
Exhibitor and sponsor information, images, videos and logos


Exhibitor and sponsor information, images, videos and logos
Speaker profiles and photos


Database
Registration database

 

 

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Users include

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Product features

Features

It’s your site. Brand it your way

_ Domain name, logo, imagery and colour, all adhering to your brand’s unique specifications
_ Responsive layout automatically restructures to accommodate the reader’s device

Simple information structure

_ Connect related content: agenda, speakers/photos, exhibitors, sponsors…
_ Multiple page layouts, unlimited number of pages, no limit to the size of the event’s agenda

Easy registration integration

_ Unlimited forms, easy-to-build using the drag’n’drop form builder
_ Alternatively, simple embed of iFrame to link to your existing registration system

SEO and analytics as standard

_ All code is optimised and regularly reviewed for efficient SEO
_ Google Analytics is automatically built into your site

Flexible support options

_ Support packages tailored to your business requirements
_ Daily backups to third-party server ensures business continuity

Your site grows with your needs

_ The modular approach means your site won’t be burdened with bulky software
_ Your site grows with your business needs as new features are added without fuss

Case Study

Case study: Informa Telecoms & Media

Supplied by Garry Musgrave,
Technology Director at Informa Telecoms & Media

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The facts:

  • Development on Informa’s legacy site was around 1 week. This has been reduced to an average of 2-3 days. Development time of large complex sites has been reduced from 3-4 weeks to 1-2 weeks.
  • The system is much easier to use for both administrators and users.
  • Massively reduced learning curve for administrators.
  • Huge reduction in support requests.
  • Much more flexible development platform with no limitation from utilising the latest internet technologies.
How long did a site build take on legacy platforms for the larger sites?

A large site, from the very beginning, design to putting it live was taking 3 to 4 weeks.

What were the 3 (or more) main hindrances to a fast turnaround? Example, learning curve, too complex for those outside IT to use?

There were a number of issues that slowed our lead times, mostly due to the CMS we were using. We had to constantly think about how we would allow the site to remain (mostly) editable by people outside of the technical team. This affected the template building and how we added content and images. We couldn’t copy and paste text directly from Word, and images had to be cropped and sized correctly before being uploaded. This means that loading images and files into the system was painstakingly slow and cumbersome, especially if you had loads of them. Also, if images or other files were too large, the upload would fail. The CMS wouldn’t support the upload of the latest Jquery either so we always had to create work arounds. The same applied for Flash XML content.

Do you manage to get other members of staff outside of the IT department now to start contributing to content?

As with anything technical, some marketers are more eager than others. However, we’ve been told that the new system is far less daunting and more of the users seem keen to get involved and add content themselves.

Can you list any positive feedback you have received outside of your technical department?

The new CMS was a lot easier and straight forward to use, searching for the right page to edit was easy, as well as adding content and images. And, the dashboard is a lot easier to navigate around.

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