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Cashless solutions for events

Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess

Cashless solutions for events

Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess
Cashless solution for mess

How it  works

Delegate / Student / Member reached at event

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Take Card, Recharge card at cash counter

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Go to any stall

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Go to Delivery Counter

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Paid by Smart Card

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Select items, KOT / BOT gets generated

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Take items

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Event end, return card, take balance

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Upload all transactions at portal

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Management accessing all reports

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Call the expert for free consultation

Mr. Loveneesh Bansal
+91-8588827540

How it  works

Delegate / Student / Member reached at event

arrr

Take Card, Recharge card at cash counter

arrr

Go to any stall

arrr

Go to Delivery Counter

arrr

Paid by Smart Card

arrr

Select items, KOT / BOT gets generated

arrr

Take items

arrr

Event end, return card, take balance

arrr

Upload all transactions at portal

arrr

Management accessing all reports

call

Call the Expert for
Free Consultation

Mr. Loveneesh Bansal
+91-8588827540

Cashless Events Solutions USP (Unique Selling Proposition):

1 Seamless Transactions:

Facilitate quick and hassle-free transactions for event attendees, eliminating the need for physical cash.

2 Enhanced Security:

Ensure a secure and encrypted payment environment, reducing the risk of theft or loss associated with traditional cash transactions.

3 Convenient Account Management:

Provide a user-friendly platform for attendees to manage their accounts, view transaction history, and easily top up funds.

4 Real-time Monitoring:

Offer event organizers real-time monitoring capabilities to track and analyze transactions, enabling better financial control.

5 Reduced Queues and Wait Times:

Streamline the entry process by minimizing queues at ticket counters and food stalls, enhancing overall attendee experience.

6 Flexible Payment Options:

Support multiple payment methods, including credit/debit cards, mobile wallets, and other digital payment solutions, catering to diverse attendee preferences.

7 Customizable Event Packages:

Allow event organizers to create customized packages or offers, encouraging more significant participation and spending during the event.

8 Promotions and Discounts:

Implement promotional offers, discounts, or cashback incentives to encourage cashless transactions and increase attendee engagement.

9 Integration with Access Control:

Integrate the cashless system with access control systems, enabling a seamless experience for attendees to enter the event and make purchases with a single identifier.

10 Refund and Cancellation Handling:

Provide a straightforward process for refunds or cancellations, ensuring transparency and customer satisfaction in case of any issues.

11 Event Analytics:

Offer analytics tools to event organizers, providing valuable insights into attendee spending patterns, popular attractions, and overall event success.

12 Enhanced Attendee Engagement:

Foster a sense of community and engagement by enabling attendees to participate in various activities and transactions without the need for physical currency.

13 Environmental Sustainability:

Contribute to sustainability efforts by reducing the reliance on paper currency, leading to less environmental impact from printing and handling physical money.

14 Scalability:

Provide a scalable solution that can adapt to events of varying sizes, from small gatherings to large-scale festivals and conferences.

15 User Education and Support:

Offer comprehensive user education and support services to ensure that both event organizers and attendees can maximize the benefits of the cashless system.

16 Compliance and Data Privacy:

Adhere to data privacy regulations and ensure compliance with financial standards to build trust among users regarding the security of their personal and financial information.

NFC Story

The “Assistance Control” project was inspired by the basic idea of the “Bologna Process”, a Pan-European collaboration which started in 1999, to adapt technology to provide a better quality of education that would allow improvement of the next generation of classroom teaching.
The best project finally chosen and tested involved students registered for classes with NFC phones, during the academic year 2011–2012 at “Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Campus Madrid” (UPSAM).
This resulted in the senior students at the School of Computer Engineering to certify 99.5% accuracy and ease of attendance that ensured continuous assessment without loss of instructional time allocated to this activity.

Source : Science Direct Volume 40 Issue 11, 1st September 2013, Pages 4478-4489