Bevy product overview
Bevy is an end-to-end virtual conference and enterprise community events solution. The platform incorporates a variety of tools to plan, promote, and execute virtual and in-person events. It streamlines managing and hosting thousands of different event types.
A range of enterprise, consumer, and education teams who want to build, grow, and scale a global Customer-to-Customer (C2C) community uses the Bevy platform. The software delivers enterprise-level analytics, integrations, and data security. With its deep permissions system and webcasting capabilities, community and field marketing teams can empower local brand advocates to build, grow, and scale communities worldwide.
Pros of Bevy
- Organizations can protect and grow customer data since Bevy is a white-labeled event platform that keeps attendee information privately.
- It ensures enterprise-grade data privacy and protection with ISO Certification, SOC 2 Reporting, and GDPR compliance.
Cons of Bevy
- Some users commented that the software offers limited customization options in terms of design.
Breakdown of core features
Bevy allows teams to host large-scale user conferences with over 100,000 attendees or tens of thousands of local community events. It empowers brand ambassadors to create and host everything from workshops and webinars to hackathons and happy hours.
The Page Builder is a no-code customization tool for creating branded landing pages within the platform. Users can build and design event pages and chapter homepages. They can also tailor the community’s events with various options, including configurable elements, a rich text editor, and drag and drop capabilities for image and video blocks. The Page Builder also offers templates as starting block arrangements.
Bevy Conference app
The Bevy Conference App brings all the perks of the software on the go. It lets attendees experience live events while organizers access increased attendance and metrics.
The app promotes engagement through live streams on phones, leaving a nugget in the Q&A, or switching between apps via picture-in-picture. In addition, attendees can use in-app messaging, 1:1 chat, and group networking tables. Organizations can also customize the app by adding logos and brand colors.
(Last updated on 03/09/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)