GuestDay is a stylish iPad-based guest reception system for weddings, company dinners, conferences, and other events.
No more printed guest lists, flustered receptionists, and long lines at your reception counter — GuestDay makes life easy for you and your guests, while looking fantastic in any setting. As the event organiser, you'll find GuestDay's automatic attendee syncing invaluable, as you can see total attendee figures at a glance from any iPad.
Yes, for corporate events. However, we designed the app so that it's intuitive and easy to use, so anyone who's familiar with using smartphones should have no trouble using it. We've even seen guests check themselves in without the help of receptionists!
After you sign up, we'll guide you through the entire setup process. All you need are to prepare the material (guest list, table layout, and photos), and be in touch by email for further instructions.
On the day of the event, you (or a receptionist) should be around to receive and return the iPads and other equipment. When we get there, we'll also provide a quick run-through on how to use the app.
Each monitor will provide a larger display for the iPad it is connected to. In such a setup, receptionists use iPads to search for the guests or scan barcodes, and guests see their information show up on the monitors.
Of course, GuestDay works well without monitors, in case your guests forget to bring their barcodes — receptionists show the iPads to the guests directly, or ask guests to type in their names.
Before the event, we will work with you to generate barcodes for your guests in soft-copy, which you can print and send to your guests with your event invite.
When guests arrive for registration, they can scan their barcodes using the iPad camera. Guests who forget to bring their barcodes can be registered using their names.
No, we've actually deployed GuestDay for many large corporate events, including annual dinners, gift redemptions, and conferences. Email us and let us know about your event.
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