CHICAGO, IL – SpotMe, a leading enterprise engagement platform for live event, virtual meeting and engagement apps, announced today that it has been named a Leader in G2 Crowd’s Summer 2018 Grid for Mobile Event Apps. The company earned high marks for implementation, relationship and usability.
“At SpotMe, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with a battle-tested, flexible software platform and adaptable service levels delivered by our world-class team,” says Pierre Metrailler, CEO of SpotMe. “We are honored to have been named a leader in such a competitive field and will continue to concentrate our efforts in solving meaningful business challenges with event apps and engagement workspaces.”
The companies included in the Mobile Event Apps Grid are ranked by customer satisfaction and market presence. Based on client testimonials, this report shows that SpotMe obtains the highest user adoption rate compared to other mobile event app vendors. Furthermore, 100% of SpotMe’s G2 Crowd users rated it with four or five stars out of five, and 94% of users find it easy to do business with SpotMe.
“SpotMe is rated as an industry leader in our Summer 2018 Mobile Event Apps Grid Report,” said Michael Fauscette, Chief Research Officer, G2 Crowd. “In this report users of SpotMe expressed a high level of satisfaction with the product and identified the ‘attendee networking’ and ‘attendee survey’ features as highlights.
More than 200 organizations and 75 Fortune 500 companies rely on SpotMe to create change with transformative events and drive perpetual engagement with employees, customers, and partners. SpotMe software is built on a mobile-first foundation and designed to shape a distraction-free experience that puts reliability first. To date, SpotMe software has served more than 5 million users worldwide.
G2 Crowd rates products and vendors based on reviews gathered from their robust user community, as well as data aggregated from online sources and social networks. The Summer 2018 Mobile Event Apps Report is based on reviews collected through June 2018.