MongoDB realized it had a problem: The company helps developers to build great applications, but attendees at its annual event weren't as engaged with MongoDB — or with fellow attendees — as the company had hoped.
Other than the proverbial worm, everyone loves early birds—especially event professionals. When event attendees buy tickets and register in advance, it simplifies planning and budgeting, and provides a welcome preliminary cash flow.
As market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies of all sizes and industries run better. From back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, desktop to mobile device — SAP empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectiv[…]
In part one of this series I discussed some of the macro forces shaping event tech in 2018. In part two of this series I discussed the critical role of time.
In part one of this series I discussed some of the macro forces shaping event tech in 2018. For part two, I want to talk about one of the most fascinating elements of the Live Event industry. The critical role played by Time, or rather, the scarcity of time. One of the first things you learn in the world of l[…]
In past years, I’ve used this piece mostly to talk about technologies, engineering disciplines, and features that I believe are significant for the event technology landscape and how they might change the game. Things like AR / VR, Bots, Security, Machine Learning, etc.
We just got the call from Apple that, minutes ago, they updated section 4.2.6 in the App Store Review Guidelines to read as follows: