Let stakeholders manage their attendance
Use case: Differentiating payers
J, Cordier is a speaker invited to the Event Technology Summit. His financial situation is complex as his charges are taken in charge by 3 different stakeholders.
The organizing committee
The organizing committee is taking in charge his transportation, accommodation, directly purchased.
Once the event ends. J. Cordier is invited to fill up a form to get his food and taxi expenses reimbursed, limited to an amount of 250 CHF per day.
The event sponsor
One of the event sponsors has invited J. Cordier to attend the networking drinks organized on a boat on the lake Leman, and is paying for his participation as well as transportation back to his hotel.
The speaker himself
J. Cordier has decided to take his wife with him, he has thus requested a bigger room and will stay there 2 more days in order to visit Geneva with his wife. He will be paying for the extra days and the upgrade.
B-Com handles this situation smoothly, by differentiating what costs is taken in charge by which stakeholder.
Implementing different behaviors & business Logics based on means of payment
Jonathan C. is registering as a participant and pays his registration fee by credit card on the event registration portal. As the secured payment is directly validated by the bank, he receives within a few minutes an email with his badge, invoice, visa letter, and credentials to access his account.
Jeremy B. is booking a booth on the interactive floorplan of the exhibitor registration portal. As the amount is quite important and he does not have a company credit card, he choses the bank transfer payment.
- An invoice is directly sent to him with the bank information to proceed to the payment.
- 3 days after, he receives a reminder letting him know that the booth reservation will expire within 5 days if no payment has been received.
- After processing to the payment, Jeremy B. receives a confirmation email with his booth number and access to his exhibiting community portal.