Event management tools are prone to excess, in my experience. They tend to branch and branch again in anticipation of the seemingly endless details any particular type of event could possibly involve. Soon the tool itself is a mammoth chore. That’s why this past year our developers have been working toward a more svelte and agile toolbox for events, first separating single-date events from multi-session conferences, and later dramatically shrinking the signup process for users on the go. With several refinements added this spring, we’re now introducing ASAP Events as an independent module in our registration software system. It’s smart, quick, and elastic.
Whether you rely on ASAP Events for an annual piano recital or a huge municipal concert, you’ll recognize two advantages immediately. It’s easy to create an event and you can customize the promotion, sales and reporting end-to-end in ASAP.
One page. One click. Done.
The most striking improvement for your customers and participants is a very quick transaction. Registration, account and billing information for a ticket sale are gathered on one page with minimal steps. The long-form account setups for course registrations, for example, are gone. Moreover, a single purchaser can order multiple tickets under one name and you can define multiple ticket types at different prices. Let’s say Jane Doe purchases 2 tickets at Member prices and 2 tickets at General admission prices. No need to gather all those names and separate invoices or multiply the fees. She can open a single account and all her ticket purchases go into one transaction with one low convenience fee. (Pricing remains the same at 2% of a transaction, minimum $1 and maximum $10.)
Create a new event
Setting up your event in ASAP is equally simple. Using […]