When Project managers are new to Qondor, it is important to understand the below concepts to learn and utilize the system.
 

PARTICIPANT WEB

A website for each project where participants/companies/organizations can receive event information and book their participation/register requirements. Look & feel and content can be customized. A Qondor project can only have one Participant Web.

FORM

A booking form on Participant Web for registering participants on a project. The entire content can be tailored to each project’s needs. A Qondor project can only have one form.

BOOKER / CONTACT PERSON IN A BOOKING

The main person in the booking, and the only one in single bookings, which is the most frequent booking type. The booker can choose to register a participant, or register participants on others’ behalf (in multi bookings). The booker completes the booking and any payment if necessary and receives the booking confirmation. In a multibooking this person is also in charge of keeping the booking updated with correct participant information.

PARTICIPANT

Someone who is participating in the event/meeting/conference/incentive/group travel, and is registered in a booking. A participant is the same as the booker/contact person in a single booking.

SINGLE BOOKING

Contains only one participant.

MULTI BOOKING

Has more than one participant. Ideal when participants to an event are bringing a partner, or when several from the same company/organization/family are attending the same event.

ALLOTMENT

A certain amount of products or services reserved for the project and available for registration.

PARTICIPANT CATEGORIES

You can categorize participants who are booking on a form to tailor the booking experience to each booker. Some category examples: Spouses, VIPs, Speakers, Management, Internal staff. You can specify allotment, price and payment settings, product deadlines and available products per category.

FORM CONDITIONS

Also used to tailor the booking experience, but is not reliant on participant categories. You can define specific products that must be booked in order for the booker to be able to view and book another product. The pre-conditioned product must be on a previous form step.


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