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ReadyTalk for Acteva: Online Payments, Event Management and More

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
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Charge for webinarsReadyTalk continues to add to its' list of partners and integrations as we extend the capabilities of our API.  Last week, we announced our newest connector with Acteva, a cloud-based platform that offers ticketing, registration and payment solutions for in-person and virtual events.  Marketers and trainers  host several types of events to expand the reach of their programs, and engage with new audiences. Until recently, Acteva provided access to various options for in-person events only as well as easy methods to collect and track payments for registration.

As a ReadyTalk and Acteva customer, users are now able to take advantage of the new connector to schedule, manage, and monetize online events, along with the following capabilities:

  • Deliver consistent branding and a familiar user experience for webinars and in-person events
  • Allow webinar attendees multiple online payment options, such as time and volume-based discounts, gift card acceptance, and more
  • Conduct an engaging and polished webinar with high-quality audio, slide and application sharing, and video clip playback
  • Continue the conversation by leverage post-event surveys or recorded content to extend the investment of your webinar
What types of events are you looking to monetize? We would love to hear from you!

 


Name: Nemi
Time: Tuesday, October 9, 2012

We are interested in using Ready Talk for our webnairs and your proudct for the online payment, what is the total cost

Name: Beth Toeniskoetter
Time: Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Thanks for your interest in ReadyTalk, and our integration with Acteva for online payments.

For pricing for webinars and to discuss options for Acteva for online payment, please contact sales@readytalk.com. Our team will be happy to help put together a package that meets your needs.

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