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About Priava's Technology -
Priava is a cloud-based and centralised venue and event management system aimed at venues of all sizes. With its familiar and easy-to-use web interface, the software requires minimal training, yet its powerful functionality supports users at every stage of the event management process - from capturing the initial inquiry to coordinating logistics and producing invoices and reports.
Key modules that form part of Priava’s software include; CRM, Events & Bookings, Catering, Inventory, Online Bookings and Advanced Permissions. Priava also offers a REST API which allows customers to sync information with 3rd party systems including accounting packages, marketing systems and more.
Offered in the cloud as a service, Priava is a true multi-tenant system so all customers have access to the same version of the software. This means that Priava users can always access the latest features. Cloud software is being rapidly adopted by the venue and event management industry who demand fast, reliable and secure access to key information, at any time and from anywhere.
About Priava -
Priava is the World’s leading cloud-based venue management software company that specialises in delivering venue and event management solutions using the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) business model to a wide portfolio of niche markets in the venue and events sector. With offices in New York, London, Sydney and Christchurch, the company supports a diverse range of venues across the globe from single venues through to 100+ multi-site operations.
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