When I was first hired at Capterra, the long lists of software in our event management software directory intimidated me. There are so many systems to choose from, sometimes hundreds in each list, making it difficult to decipher which ones are best for your business needs.It's hard to find the time to go through the nuances of every software option on the market, especially when you're busy in the corporate world. So we've done the work for you and compared five enterprise event management systems.There are many event planning systems to choose from, but these five (Cvent, EventPro, EventsAir.
Planning Pod and rsvpBOOK) were chosen because they offer specific packages suitable for corporate event planning, and they have at least four out of five stars or higher in our software directory. The table below shows you six main features (attendee management, client management, meeting scheduling, reporting, ticketing, and vendor management) that you should look for in enterprise event management software.Enterprise Event Management Software Comparison Chart Below is a more in-depth look at the features, pros, and cons of each corporate event planning software option. They are listed in alphabetical order.1.CventCorporate.
Event Management Software - Cvent Event reporting dashboard via Cvent What Cvent has going for it is versatility. Cvent not only offers the employee contact list basic event management functionality such as registrations and guest list management, it also includes conference functionality such as room block management, travel management and sponsorship management.Unfortunately, Cvent falls short of other event management features like ticketing, vendor management, and catering management. Cvent also does not publish its prices on its website, which may be an indication of higher prices.The employee contact list first thing that stands out about EventPro is the software's unattractive user interface. The blocky, gray and white user interface reminds me of Microsoft Office circa 1998.