New Direct Messaging and Channels Capabilities Improve Attendee Engagement, Facilitate Communication
and Extend Event Lifecycle
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 10, 2015
DoubleDutch, the global leading provider of mobile event apps and event performance analytics, today announced new messaging and channel features that enhance collaboration among event attendees and extend the life span of events.
“Collaboration and messaging apps such as Slack, HipChat and WeChat have become some of the fastest growing and most engaged products in the world, and we believe that there is a compelling use case for similar functionality at events and conferences,” said Lawrence Coburn, CEO of DoubleDutch. “We are proud to announce that we have developed a purpose-built version of messaging and channels designed specifically for events, that we believe is destined to reinvent the event experience.”
Today, the primary driver for people attending events is to connect with others who share their same interests, but oftentimes that connection is left up to chance. DoubleDutch is addressing this challenge in three new ways:
Coburn added, “The introduction of the new channels and messaging capabilities further cement DoubleDutch’s mission to provide event applications that improve customer experience and help maximize event ROI for attendees and organizers alike.”
See additional thoughts on the new features from Coburn here: http://doubledutch.me/
DoubleDutch provides mobile applications and performance analytics for events, conferences, and trade shows for more than 1,000 customers including SAP, UBM, and Urban Land Institute. Founded in 2011, DoubleDutch was recently named to Inc. 5000’s list of fastest growing private companies, AlwaysOn’s Global 250 best-of-breed private companies in SaaS and Enterprise, and Forbes’ list of 10 hot companies to work for in San Francisco. DoubleDutch is based in the Mission District of San Francisco with regional offices in Amsterdam, London, Hong Kong, and Portland.
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