New software puts Wyboston clients in control
SOFTWARE developed in-house at Wyboston Lakes, near St Neots now enables clients to manage their events, at their own convenience, from the enquiry stage through to confirmation. The venue, Northern Europe s largest privately owned single site conference
SOFTWARE developed in-house at Wyboston Lakes, near St Neots now enables clients to manage their events, at their own convenience, from the enquiry stage through to confirmation.
The venue, Northern Europe's largest privately owned single site conference and training centre, set in 350 acres of countryside close to the A1, has created an online events booking tool named EventsBroker to help corporate clients and agencies through the entire reservation process. The software enables agents and corporates to view, edit and confirm bookings and check the contract and invoice details from initial enquiry to execution.
They can build their own profile and submit as many event accounts as necessary. Additionally, the system categorises by employee's name and their level of involvement with each project, resulting in a powerful tool that speeds up the booking process, and reduces the amount of time spent co-ordinating an event, Wyboston said.
Craig Warner, IT developer at Wyboston Lakes and creator of EventsBroker said: "Mindful of our customers' feedback, we have developed a piece of software that responds to their booking requirements in a well-organised and timely manner, allowing them to achieve their business goals swiftly in terms of budgets and timescales."
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Sales and marketing director Clive Bache added: "Technology evolves at a rapid pace and we are fortunate to have an in-house team that allows us to continue expanding its power to its full potential and to create enhanced services for our clients."
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