Cvent Launches New "OnArrival" Mobile App for Onsite Event Check In

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Cvent Launches New "OnArrival" Mobile App for Onsite Event Check In

Company provides its customers with unique solution to simplify event check in process

MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Cvent, a leading cloud-based enterprise event management platform, today announced that it has launched a new mobile application called OnArrival. This free mobile app is designed to benefit Cvent customers by streamlining the onsite event check in process for events or meetings. In addition, OnArrival integrates with Cvent's event management platform, providing customers with real-time current registration lists onsite in the app and the ability to run real-time attendance reports in Cvent.


"We're thrilled to introduce this user-friendly mobile app. It is designed to eliminate the traditionally cumbersome and manual check in process that is still prevalent throughout much of the meetings and events industry," said Brian Ludwig, senior vice president of sales at Cvent. "OnArrival will help our customers gain efficiency, minimize lines for attendees and be perceived as a cutting edge event host. With a simple swipe of a finger or a quick scan of a QR code, the app allows for simplified event access and removes the need for unorganized and out-of-date printed lists."

OnArrival is available for free download in the App Store for all Apple devices that run on iOS 6.0 and above. The mobile app offers a number of innovative features including:

  • Ability to check in attendees for an event, as well as any specific breakout sessions during an event
  • Full functionality online or offline
  • Several staff members can manage check in process from multiple entry points
  • Synchronization with Cvent's event management platform (someone that registered fifteen minutes before showing up will still be listed in the app!)
  • Filter or search the attendee list to pull up names fast
  • Scan a QR code on a badge or printed email

Interested in learning more about Cvent's OnArrival app? Please visit www.cvent.com or click here.

About Cvent

Cvent, Inc. is a leading cloud-based enterprise event management platform. Cvent offers software solutions to event planners for online event registration, venue selection, event management, mobile apps for events, e-mail marketing and web surveys; and to hotels for targeted advertising to event planners looking for suitable venues, thus serving the entire event management value chain and enabling our clients around the world to manage hundreds of thousands of events and meetings. For more information, please visit www.cvent.com, or connect with us on FacebookTwitter or LinkedIn.

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