UK-based exhibition software supplier FFAIR has announced the launch of a new online exhibitor manual called Taskd.
The Taskd platform automates the management of exhibitor details through an online platform where exhibitors can enter, view and edit their information. The platform also features automated reminder notifications for outstanding tasks and creates a database where exhibition organisers can track which details have been provided by exhibitors.
Taskd joins Vendr, an online platform for managing supplier orders, in FFAIR’s package of services for exhibition organisers.
Adam Jones (pictured), chief executive officer and chief product officer at FFAIR, said: “Our primary goal is to make it easier for clients to achieve their goals through functional, user-focused technology. Taskd does just this by automating the management of exhibitor records through a user-friendly platform."
Jones was recently announced as FFAIR's joint CEO and CPO, along with Harmonie Barbe who was made digital marketing director.
Jones has worked within the event technology sector for over a decade, with companies including Showplans and Freeman. Barbe has previously worked with with event companies such as ExpoCart, Reed MIDEM and Freeman. Her new role at FFAIR will see her coordinating the company’s marketing activities.
FFAIR's CMO and CRO, Lyndon Baptiste, said: “As a repeat customer of Jones' products over the years, I've reaped the benefits of his product design skills and dedication to customer experience on many occasions. I'm excited to have the chance to offer FFAIR’s customers the same benefits.”
Jones added that more news is to be expected in the near future: “We’ve been working behind the scenes to create software packages that are functional and user friendly. Our central goal is to meet the needs of event professionals by automating key processes, streamlining their activities and leaving them with more time and energy to focus on growing their visitor communities and providing their exhibitors with the best possible experiences.”