On-Site event Check-In

Smooth On-Site
Guest Check-In

No long queues, no waiting. Your guests will experience seamless check-in and can start enjoying the event immediately.

On-site check-in

Give your guests a great reception.

Show your events value at the first glance and make registration a breeze. We help you to make your participants a part of the story and lead them to the moment of wow.

Welcome your Guests with Style

Automated and paperless.

Manage guest entries easily with the Sweap mobile app. The Check-In only takes a few seconds: new guests are quickly recorded, and data automatically updates between all devices.

Instantly Find Each Attendee

QR codes and wallets.

Your guests already know it from airports: their boarding pass is also their event ticket. No printing necessary. With QR codes and wallets, you make your guest reception comfortable and hassle-free.

Get a Hold of Everyone

No matter where they are.

How many guests are already there? Who is still missing? With Sweap, you'll always have the right answers. Your digital guest list will provide you with the latest numbers and updated information of each guest.

Print Name Tags On-Site

Mobile. Fast. Flexible.

No need to pre-produce name tags and force your guests to wait in alphabetically organised lines! Print name tags conveniently on the spot with Sweap Check-in App.

Tips & Tricks

4 steps to effectively
manage your guests on-site

  1. WHEN will...

    Ask yourself when exactly your guests will arrive on site and in what time frame the accreditation will take place. Will the guests all arrive at once within a short period of time? Then you need to plan more counters and pay more attention to avoiding pinholes on site . our Event Check-In Software helps you with this challenge.

  2. WHAT AMOUNT of guests...

    It is always important to know how many guests you are actually expecting. If you know when and how many guests are coming, you can actually estimate how the accreditation process needs to work. It is helpful if you can use the data from previous events, e.g. to see when and how many guests were checked in during which period.

  3. WHERE...

    Now it's mainly about the conditions on-site. What exactly does the entrance area look like? Where do the guests arrive and where do they have to walk to? Are there any tight spots they have to pass on their way? Try to take the factors on site into account as much as possible. If there are any critical points, plan in advance. Waiting is not nice, and if your guests have to stand outside in the blazing sun or wind and rain, they will quickly get fed up.

  4. WHAT needs to be done...

    Events never go 100% according to plan. As an event organizer, you have to prepare yourself for even the most unlikely occurrences. Guests that cancel show up nonetheless, VIPs decide to spontaneously bring their entourage along, somebody important shows up without a ticket. Your guest management system has to accommodate for situations like these. Make sure you have the flexibility to make last-minute changes to your guest list.

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