Our voting keypads technology is powered by Microsoft PowerPoint which allows for the seamless integration of audience participation.Learn more
Voting keypads has the ability to develop quizzes with point scoring, demographics and teams. Quizzes can also be programmed to show leaderboards in various different formats.Contact us
Offer delegates several voting styles such as multi choice, ranking and comparison questions. Engage audiences throughout presentations whilst capturing insightful voting data that can be used in future.Get a quote
Voting Keypads is a user friendly experience that any delegate can get involved with. When a voting question appears during a presentation the delegate has to press a number from 1-9 on the voting handset to register their vote.
Cube-i supply expert onsite technicians that will guide a client through the whole process of the event tech solution such as design, features, and the logistics of the event interactivity on the day(s).
All data collected from Voting Keypads questions will be exported to the client for further reference. Data collected will include voting results and demographics if used.
Voting Keypads is a great way to keep delegates engaged during presentations, whilst also giving the presenter opinions about a particular topic.
Voting Keypads pricing can vary depending on many factors and we would advise for you to speak with a member our team to find a package that can satisfy your budget target. Cube-i will always try to be as flexible as possible.
Yes, due to the nature of how this event tech solution works an event technician is always required for these events. All Voting Keypad quotes will include costings for an event technician.
Cube-i will program the voting questions as requested by you. We will match the branding to any slideshow decks you have so that everything looks the same. On show day, or setup day, a cube-i audience response technician will set up the voting system with all the handsets required and run the questions throughout the day as required.
Cube-i advise that voting questions are supplied a week before an event. In most cases voting questions can be sent back for review withing 24 hours.
The audience response technician will be able to make minor changes to voting questions on the day of the event.