Drop the hardware and track session attendees using a smartphone, tablet or iPod touch. Ideal for organizing and coordinating multi-session events. iSessions™ is the most readily available, consumer friendly session tracking option on the market.
Using iSessions™ is a snap, for both you and your staff. Gather data and collect names of attendees to confirm their attendance at the session. Evaluate the popularity of topics based on attendance.
Real-Time Activity Data and Reports: Using your LeadsLightning™ dashboard you can monitor attendee activity, like session check-ins and check-outs and see which sessions are performing best, which rooms are filling up, which speakers or tracks are the most popular and the number and names of session attendees.
Access Control: Know who should and should not attend a session or function. Use iSessions to verify access eligibility to conference sessions or functions based on individual sessions purchased, an entire track of sessions or any session on specific days. Scan a badge and get visual and audible indicators whether access to a session or function should be granted or denied.
CEU Tracking and Certificates: Easily automate Continuing Education Units (CEU) and eliminate the intensive labor previously required for certificate awards. Show organizers can set up criteria and rules for various CEU certifications. Rules can be configured based on the minimum number of required sessions attended or actual time spent in various sessions.
With LeadsLightning™ you can easily design a new award certificate template from scratch or create a design using one of six system templates. Send your attendees an email with a link to the award certificate that he or she can download and print.
Self-Scanning Check-in: Using an iPad or iPad mini on a stand and front-facing camera, iSessions now lets attendees easily scan themselves into sessions. Not only is this self-scanning process fast and easy, it reduces onsite staff costs as well!
Monitor all session activity as it occurs. Not enough chairs? You’ll know that, too.