# Intelligence

Access from homepage: Select your event > Intelligence

Visit Intelligence displays data about your event. There are two tiers:

  • Basic Intelligence contains information about registration, attendees and revenues.
  • Advanced Intelligence contains information on partners and leads they collect using Visit Connect, enabling you to measure the success of your event.

To enable Advanced Intelligence, you need the Advanced Intelligence module in your Visit contract. Refer to View contracts for more information.

# What can you do with the statistics in Intelligence?

As well as displaying information about your event, some sets of statistics support additional actions:

  • View a description of the statistic.
  • Access more details about the statistic.
  • Export to PDF.
  • Export to Excel.

# Basic Intelligence

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic Intelligence

This document outlines the statistics available in Basic Intelligence. Refer to Set up a filter for Intelligence to learn how to create custom filters for your statistics, and What can you do with the statistics in Intelligence? for more information on actions you can perform on the statistics.

# Dashboard

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic intelligence > Dashboard

The dashboard has three tabs: Before Event, During Event and After Event. Visit displays During Event when your event is live, and After Event after the event end date.

The Before Event tab displays information about registrations, the During Event and After Event tabs display information about attendees and visits. On each tab, there are several sets of statistics.

# Current attendees

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic intelligence > Dashboard > During event

During an event, the Attendees section displays a count of current attendees. This tells you how many people are currently scanned in to your venue. This figure is live and constantly changing as people arrive and leave the event. At the end of each day, the number resets to zero to guarantee a fresh start the next morning.

The report is only accurate if:

  • Event staff perform both IN and OUT scans meticulously at all entrances, using EventBoxes and onsite location settings. Refer to Manage locations for information on setting up entrance locations and directions.
  • All EventBoxes have a live internet connection. For more information on EventBox internet connections, refer to the EventBox guide, including the setup steps in Connect to a network and sync your database

This means you need different flows for entering and leaving the venue, at all doors. People leaving the venue temporarily should be scanned OUT and then back IN when they return.

# Registrations

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic Intelligence > Registrations

View reports on the number and type of registrations, and information about the background of registrants, including geographic origin and answers to registration questions.

# Attendance

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic Intelligence > Attendance

This page displays data on visits and attendees. It also shows information about product scans.

# Revenues

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic Intelligence > Revenues

View a breakdown of event revenue across shop items, bundles and partner sales.

# Trace to source

Access from homepage: Select your event > Basic Intelligence > Trace to source

This page shows information about the source of registrations, including details about registrations and attendees for each partner.

# Data freeze and manual synchronisation

By default Visit freezes all data two weeks after the event end date. You can choose to override this, for example if you need to postpone the event.

If the data is frozen, Visit displays the Data locked

icon. Click the icon to override the data lock and do a manual update. If you change the event end date, further data updates will occur automatically after the manual update. If the event end date is in the past, Visit only does this manual update.