VISITOR ENQUIRY SYSTEMS - Exhibitor Orders
SYSTEMS - Information
||All systems print
the visitor's details IMMEDIATELY after the badge is swiped for your peace of
The following systems will enable you to take any enquiries on
your stand quickly and easily, safe in the knowledge that you have full contact
details for the enquiry, leaving you time to concentrate on the customer.
The handheld systems will run without a continual mains supply but will
need to be plugged in to recharge the battery at times during the event.
All the systems will print full name,
address, email (and other details) on the assumption that the magstripe has
been fully encoded with that information
STANDARD Handheld System - (W9'' x D3.5'' or W229mm
Swipe the card through the reader and a 'good' or 'bad' swipe
message ensures that you don't 'miss' an enquiry by confiming the enquiry has
Prints name, company, address, telephone/fax numbers and
e-mail address (if supplied) 'immediately'. The Data is stored and we
provide a spreadsheet file containing all the captured enquiry details after
SPECIAL Handheld System - (W9'' x D3.5'' or W229mm x
Sophisticated, yet simple to use, with the advantage of being able
to semi-automatically quantify the enquiry, quickly, accurately and with
an instant printout.
The set-up is unique to you. You can type
in staff names, descriptions of products/services and quantify the enquiry
(Urgent/Good Prospect, etc.)
Prints name, company, address,
telephone/fax numbers and e-mail address (if supplied) 'immediately'. Again the
data is stored and we provide a spreadsheet file containing all the
captured enquiry details, post-event.
Data from the handheld systems
will be emailed to the address supplied on the order form, usually the day
following the event.
In the event of accidental loss of data caused
ENTIRELY by the systems (not including power failures), we would require your
printouts or a list of the record numbers off the printouts for us to provide
you with your data.
This 'restore' service would not be FREE if the
system had been run without mains power.