Interactive voting allows anonymous or personalised participation.
Find out more about the participants (occupation, gender, age, education/training) and their preferences.
Give your audience the power to decide or allow them to give their opinion.
Participants can vote over the internet from a remote location or by using their smartphones. You can organise a vote simultaneously across different sites, yielding a single, joint result.
All information obtained during the event is available for further use. Get more insight from an in-depth analysis of the voting behaviour after the event has ended.
duvall provides all-in support, allowing you to benefit from our know-how and expertise. We support you throughout the process, from drafting the plans to processing the results.
Interactive voting: “Have your say”
How can you actively involve your participants in a conference?
Through interactive voting offering either anonymous or personalised participation!
Voting boxes, software, displaying the results in graphs using projection, merging results, reporting … duvall provides all-in support so that you can benefit from know-how and expertise.
When decisions need to be made with a larger group of people, interactive voting will save time and produce a documented result.
Interactive voting is an ideal tool to ask a larger audience for their opinion. It will make presentations more lively and keep the audience’s attention.
Some events of a more official nature require a well-documented outcome of a voting session. duvall’s system has reporting capabilities that cater for those needs.
Simple and user-friendly keypads enable any delegate to participate in a vote.
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