Cvent launches two new data analysing tools

Event technology company Cvent has enhanced its Web Surveys offering for event managers with new Portals & Dashboards to enable simple data analysis.

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The firm said the two new tools will help clients better understand their survey data so they can be "empowered to make smarter, data-based decisions".

The Portals, or customised micro-sites, will allow clients to publish feedback content from surveys, choose their own themes to fit with their branding and send invitations, notifications and scheduled e-mails to users.

The Dashboards – a visualised representation of survey data – will enable clients to filter and narrow data, aggregate findings from multiple surveys and share the information with stakeholders internally and externally.

Darrell Gehrt, vice president of sales for Cvent, said: "Surveys are a leading means to collect data, and without consolidating this information and analysing it in a meaningful way, organisations will not be enabled to make smarter, data-based decisions.

"Portals and Dashboards gives our new and existing customers a more convenient, easy-to-use way to get the data they need, from customer insights and employee engagement to event feedback."

Clary Brown, research analyst at Montgomery College, added: "Cvent Web Surveys Portals and Dashboards has a contemporary, user-friendly design and gives us a way to present slicker, simpler interfaces with stakeholders. Anything that helps our stakeholders become more self-sufficient is a big win for them and us."

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