Our guest management generates valuable data: We offer you comprehensive event statistics during and after the event, based on live data. Keep an eye on your data from the beginning, react to developments early on and evaluate your event productively.
During the invitation process, AirLST documents the response rate, registered companions, refusals and who has not yet responded. This way, you can quickly see who you can ask again and always keep an eye on the progress of your invitation.
AirLST not only tracks responses, but also email delivery. Open rates, clicks and bounces help keep the guest list up to date and plan the event based on real-time data.
Does the landing page meet your conversion rate goals? Do guests find their way around the page? Our statistics on landing page visitor behavior help optimize the user experience and prepare guests for your event in the best possible way.
During and after an event, the data collected shows you how successful your event was and where you still have room for improvement. Where are the trends? Which guests were particularly active? What were the highlights and what can you do without next time?
Event statistics collect and visualize the data collected during the planning and execution of an event. How much feedback have we already received? And how many cancellations, that is something that interests every event manager as soon as the invitations have gone out. Event statistics provide feedback on the planning, progress and success of events. Successful event planning always includes the collection of detailed event statistics, the observation and evaluation of visitor data and process steps. Especially through digital guest management, relevant event statistics are collected regarding guests and attendees. The event statistics are displayed in a structured and clear manner in the AirLST backend. The event statistics are arranged directly above the guest list. The number of invitations that could not be sent out is displayed here. With just one click you can find out why the delivery was unsuccessful and take regulatory action. Event statistics therefore provide important data already in the planning phase, which enables you to adjust your planning. For example, an additional reminder can be sent if the response rate is low. Even after the event, the event statistics collected are the basis for a comprehensive evaluation of the entire process. Event statistics on no-show rates are particularly important for event managers, and must be carefully evaluated with regard to future events. This rate shows how many guests did not show up for the event despite registration. The effects of a high no-show rate should not be underestimated. The no-show rate is one of the most important event statistics. Factors that influence it should therefore be eliminated. The collection of event statistics plays a decisive role in event planning: Based on the event statistics, short-term adjustments can be made and long-term processes can be optimized.