Aventri premiers industry’s first hybrid and virtual event solution

Event management software company Aventri has rolled out its Aventri Virtual Event Platform, aimed at helping its clients smoothly deliver hybrid events using a single platform solution.

The Aventri Virtual Event Platform is fully integrated with the end-to-end Avenrtri platform, enabling event and meeting organisers to add a virtual component to any event. The solution will provide planners with a seamless flow of data, delivers a consistent user experience and eliminates the need for multiple vendors or solutions.

The Aventri Virtual Event Platform can build personalised agenda for attendees

Features of the Aventri Virtual Event Platform include:

Multiple event formats – Single session, multi-level track events, and multi-day event programmes are just some of the formats the platform supports. With the ability to host live, utilise pre-recorded videos and record event sessions, the platform provides the flexibility to deliver content the way audiences choose to consume it.

Customisable session experiences – Planners can allow attendees to enable video. They can also create personalised welcome messages, incorporate slide annotations, arrange handout distribution, manage Q&A’s, and enable public and private chat.

Real-time insights – Having one solution to deliver all their events gives organisers the power to report on hybrid, virtual and in-person experiences. They can gather insights on what sessions are most popular, with metrics around session dwell time and engagement. In addition, they can run reports across registration data, session attendance, marketing data and more.

Security – As a 100 per cent browser-based tool, there is no need to download software to join sessions. Built as a native part of the Aventri platform, the Virtual Event Platform provides the same infrastructure and security standards as Aventri’s core platform, including local in-region data centres, full TLS encryption for attendees, and SSO.

The Aventri Virtual Event Platform was created in response to more than 80 per cent of planners believing that virtual components will be added to all future in-person events, according to research conducted by Aventri in April 2020.

It is currently in beta with general release coming this summer.