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iVvy Venue Management

iVvy Venues is a cloud-based venue management system designed to help hotels, restaurants and clubs manage bookings and group accommodations. Key features include invoice creation, customizable branding, payment processing, custom...Read more about iVvy Venue Management

4.71 (17 reviews)

Event Temple

Event Temple is a cloud-based event management solution designed to manage bookings and revenue for venues and hotels. The solution can be used by hotel chains, independent hotels, clubs, wedding venues and convention centers with...Read more about Event Temple

4.92 (62 reviews)

Event Booking Engines

Event Booking Engines is a cloud-based software platform designed to help Venues, Hotels, Caterers, Restaurants and Hospitality Groups manage their events, calendar, tasks, proposals, contracts, payments, lead transfer and event t...Read more about Event Booking Engines

4.67 (12 reviews)

HoldMyTicket

HoldMyTicket is a cloud-based ticketing solution designed to help music venues, festivals, sports events, promoters, casinos, performing arts and enterprises manage events and configure tickets based on existing brands. Key featur...Read more about HoldMyTicket

5.00 (9 reviews)

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Function Tracker

Function Tracker is a cloud-based venue management solution that assists clubs, restaurants, hotels and catering businesses of all sizes with event booking and customer management. Key features include quote creation, ticket manag...Read more about Function Tracker

4.50 (4 reviews)

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AllSeated

AllSeated is a cloud-based event management platform that offers digital tools with virtual reality capabilities that help users collaborate and plan events. The platform enables users to manage venues, vendors and guests. It also...Read more about AllSeated

4.79 (33 reviews)

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Priava

Priava is purpose-built for event management, conferencing, and performing arts venues. With an easy-to-use web interface, the software requires minimal training, yet the functionality provides for any degree of complexity involve...Read more about Priava

4.35 (17 reviews)

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Showpass

Showpass is a cloud-based ticketing solution designed for promoters and entertainment groups of all sizes. Features include event management, box office management, fundraising management, barcode scanning, ticket brokering and mo...Read more about Showpass

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Planning Pod

Streamline how you manage events, grow revenues and save 62+ hours/month of busywork with Planning Pod's all-in-one venue and event management platform. Call 877-266-3882 for more information. Featuring 20+ online tools, our clou...Read more about Planning Pod

4.45 (29 reviews)

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Event Guru

Event Guru is a cloud-based solution, which assists small to medium event and conference venues with managing meeting spaces, dining rooms, caterers, diagrams, and attendees. Key features include scheduling, workflow management, i...Read more about Event Guru

4.00 (1 reviews)

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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ThunderTix

Designed for the performing arts, ThunderTix provides reserved seating and general admission event management. We make season subscriptions easy and combine fundraising, gift cards, merchandise, concessions, and a private CRM in o...Read more about ThunderTix

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Accelevents

Accelevents is an all-in-one in-person, virtual & hybrid events platform that empowers event organizers and marketing professionals to create authentic human connections and drive sustainable growth. As a leading event technolog...Read more about Accelevents

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Artifax Event

Artifax Event is a festival management software that helps businesses with event planning, finances, room bookings and tour scheduling. The platform enables managers to schedule events across calendars using a drag-and-drop interf...Read more about Artifax Event

4.08 (13 reviews)

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EventPro

EventPro is a cloud-based and on-premise event scheduling and venue management solution that helps in managing conferences, meetings, exhibitions and events by religious organizations. Its features include room and space sche...Read more about EventPro

4.20 (15 reviews)

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Nutickets

Nutickets is a cloud-based ticketing and events management solution for entertainment businesses, festival organizers, nonprofit organizations, event planners and other corporations that require event planning tools. Features of t...Read more about Nutickets

4.61 (36 reviews)

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TableList

NightPro is a cloud-based event management solution that provides businesses venue and table management, customer relationship management (CRM) and reporting and analytics functionalities. The solution caters to nightclubs, lounge...Read more about TableList

4.60 (15 reviews)

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Skedda

Skedda is an online booking and scheduling platform used by thousands of venues around the world. The platform is designed to streamline the management of space. Skedda is suitable for venues with desks, meeting rooms, coworking s...Read more about Skedda

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Ungerboeck Software

Ungerboeck is a cloud-based event management software designed to help sporting venues, exhibition centers, theatres, trade show organizers, museums and universities manage the entire event lifecycle, from registering guests and b...Read more about Ungerboeck Software

4.32 (37 reviews)

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Tripleseat

Tripleseat is a web application specifically designed for hotels, restaurants, and special venues to help manage sales and events. These tools help users oversee the catering business planning process by allowing detailed tracking...Read more about Tripleseat

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Rendezvous Events

Rendezvous Events is a cloud-based solution that assists businesses with conference room and venue management. Key features include online bookings, business intelligence, client communication, accounting and invoicing. The ...Read more about Rendezvous Events

4.60 (5 reviews)

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Buyers Guide

Last Updated: March 14, 2021

Running a venue management company means juggling a whole range of tasks: from reaching out to new clients to planning an event to tracking the work of your staff.

Venue management software can help you effectively manage all your business operations streamline your processes—from registering attendees to managing various event activities.

However, selecting a venue management solution can be time-consuming. You'll have to compare hundreds of solutions, understand their features, differences in pricing, deployment options, and several other aspects to find the right tool for your business.

To make the selection process easier, we've put together this venue management software buyers guide. It includes necessary information you need to know to avoid purchasing the wrong venue management software.

Here's what we'll cover:

What is venue management software?

Venue management software is a tool used for planning and organizing event operations. The tool helps users handle customers, schedule events, create proposals, organize documents, track staff tasks, generate invoices, and more.

Event planning overview in Planning Pod

Event planning overview in Planning Pod

Common features of venue management software

Venue management solutions come with functionalities that help businesses streamline venue planning, acquire attendees for events, and set up payments and billing. Let's look at the features in detail.

Client management

Store and track information about and communication with clients in a central location. This information could include contact data, proposals, contractual agreements, and email communications.

Booking calendar

Schedule and book events on an electronic calendar with drag-and-drop editing capabilities; sort events using filters such as time and date.

Floor plan builder

Design floor layouts for events from scratch or using prebuilt templates. Drag and drop elements, such as chairs and tables, to visualize seating arrangements based on meal choices, RSVP status, etc.

On-site management

Check in attendees by scanning bar code in invitations, or integrate self-service kiosks for self check-in.

Task management

Track the ongoing, in-progress, and completed tasks of your employees. Allow team members to track their task schedules on shared calendars and collaborate with other members by sharing notes and files.

Invoices and payments

Collect payments from event attendees via integration with payment gateways; generate invoices and send them to clients via email.

What type of buyer are you?

The right software for you depends on your business size and software budget. Let's look at the two common types of buyers for this software and the differences in their requirements.

Small and midsize businesses (less than $50 million in annual revenue): These businesses are primarily concerned about the cost of software. Therefore, cloud-based solutions are the right option for them. Unlike on-premise solutions, cloud-based tools don't require large upfront investments and are available under monthly/annual paid subscription plans.

However, these businesses should exercise caution in examining a solution's pricing literature. For instance, cloud-based venue management solutions can come with per location/event-based pricing, per ticket/seat pricing, and custom pricing. If a tool's pricing is based on a "per user" model, these buyers should ask if event attendees are counted as users. In this case, there might be an extra charge for adding new attendees to the system.

Large enterprises (more than $50 million in annual revenue): These companies want solutions with a wide-set of capabilities that can cater to the complexities of their venue management processes. For instance, they are more likely to have a large number of attendees and will therefore benefit from software that supports QR code scanning to efficiently check in attendees.

They want tools with advanced capabilities, such as the ability to create discount coupons, access detailed financial reports, and run email marketing campaigns to reach out to more clients.

To get more details on which software could be right for your business, call our experts for a free, no-obligation consultation at (844) 687-6771.

Key considerations

When selecting venue management software, there are some additional factors, besides features and pricing, that you must take into consideration.

  • Mobile apps: As a venue manager, your job will likely take you away from your desk to the actual event sites as you go about executing on tasks. This means you'll need to access the system on-the-go and not just from a desktop or laptop. Look for solutions that offer native iOS and/or Android apps so you can access the system for your smartphone. Additionally, make sure the mobile app allows you to execute all the important functions of the desktop version, such as sharing files with teams, receiving event notifications, and accessing team calendars.
  • Integrations: Today's fast-paced businesses need to tie traditionally disparate functions together. This is difficult if the software solutions you use don't easily allow data transfer between them. Ask vendors about what other tools their software integrates with.

Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.