Let us help you navigate the resources in the eComm wiki so you can get the answer you're looking for when you need it. Select the eComm application for which you have a question (Salesforce, Marketing Cloud, or Cvent) and then view resources by category. Can't find what you need in this wiki? Submit a help ticket at cu.edu/ecomm/submit-help-ticket.
One of the eComm specialist’s roles in Cvent includes managing how stakeholders can access Cvent data in real-time, without a steep cost. Follow the steps below to create Portal Users and Publish Reports there for easy access.
Are you giving people with a disability the opportunity to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as a person without a disability in an equally effective and equally inclusive manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use?
While Cvent has a feature to "allow partial payments," we never want to enable it. Collecting credit card information to process part of the payment now and the other portion at a later time doesn't align with CU's approach to protecting cardholders and it should not be enabled under any circumstances. The good news is, by default, this setting is disabled across all events and most users remain unaware of this functionality. Follow these instructions to confirm your paid event doesn't have this feature enabled.
With eComm, a Cvent event can be configured to collect money for an event that will later be deposited to your speed type. Users who host paid events must complete the Payment Card Industry (PCI) SkillSoft course annually and have an understanding of financial processes.
UCCS hosted a Lunch and Learn session for users in Sept. to review email and event best practices including three checklists for quick-reference. Keep them on hand to help have your next email send or event go successfully.
Transferring a license? Adding a new user to an existing team? eComm specialists (by way of having access to all Cvent events) can create a Cross-Event Report of the events created by a particular user. They can navigate to each event and share it with the new user so they can hit the ground running.