Primarily, there are two ways to print badges. First, you can print a barcode that includes the attendee’s name and contact info. Second, you can print a barcode with just an ID. Here, the system links the ID to a database. Also, it stores the attendee name and contact information on our servers or your servers. Then, you can offer various options to exhibitors. For example, they can contact attendees after they have visited their booth. Also, while you can use the codeREADr website to generate barcodes, you can consider low-cost desktop programs built for that purpose.
First, you create the usernames and passwords for the app users to access the Service(s) you created. For instance, each exhibitor may have a single username for everyone at the booth. Also, each person working at the booth can have their own credentials. In addition, to receive their own leads, all salespeople will need their own username.
Moreover, to create a username for the booth, we suggest using something like ‘Event-Exhibitor’. Furthermore, if each person gets their own username, we suggest using something like ‘Event-Name’ or their email address.
Importantly, when creating your Services, be sure to associate the username to the Service(s) you authorize them to scan with.
Primarily, on the Scans page, you can create, view, filter, share, and export exhibitor’s scan records. Also, create an Export Template to export just the information you want. Then, have the columns in the order you want for importing to Excel or similar programs to generate your reports. See “Sharing scan records with exhibitors” below to automate report distribution.
You can use our CSV Download Link feature to offer your exhibitors a web portal for selectively viewing and downloading their own sales leads. With an online or auto-sync service, users can sign in to view their scan records in real time. Learn more about our auto-sync service here. If using an offline service, they can view their scan records after uploading those from the device. This is valuable if there are the attendee’s contact information in the barcode or in the response text of a database.