Event Tech Tribe Expands Technology Offering with EventOPS

November 16, 2017

Event Technology collective Event Tech Tribe have unveiled the newest addition to their family of technology solutions for event planners, EventOPS, a platform that allows event organizers to plan and manage their operations and logistics from an intuitive, user-friendly dashboard, on any device.

EventOPS unveiled its partnership with the Tribe last month at IMEX America, held Oct. 10-12 in Las Vegas.

“We’re thrilled to welcome EventOPS to the Tribe,” said Event Tech Tribe COO Marie-Claire Andrews.

She continued, “They embody the best-in-craft philosophy and have a fantastic product that, if the reception at IMEX is anything to go by, will add significant value to our customers.”

Launched this year, EventOPS has completed its first months of operations with successful results.

“We’ve already made managing some of the largest golf tournaments in the world easier, and to be named one of Event Manager Blogs top 25 event tech startups to watch was the cherry on top,” said Chris Roberts, co-founder of EventOPS.

Using the tagline #ditchthebinder, the EventOPS team are on a mission to take event planning to the next level by providing a platform with features that allow organizers to centrally manage more effectively, as well as handle budgeting, task delegation, itinerary creation, workflow automation and risk management from any device.

Integrating the EventOPS platform into the Tribe not only provides new and existing Tribe customers with access to deeper insights about their events but also more efficiency.

For example, the integration with Tribe members Swoogo and Hubb will give planners access to live financial performance information about their event and allow users to create master calendars containing sessions, tasks and onsite staff information.

“We work together technically, which is fantastic, but the Tribe is so much more than that, it’s about bringing together companies that work together at the client level too,” explained Leonora Valvo, CEO of Swoogo and founding member of Event Tech Tribe.

The Tribe have gained popularity in 2017 for their alternative approach to event technology that uses a network of APIs to integrate their separate event tech tools.

“The Tribe is disrupting the event tech scene and we’re thrilled to be a part of it,” Roberts added.

Learn more about EventOPS HERE.

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