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April 29, 2020

The special event industry has been significantly impacted by the Covid19 pandemic and it will likely change the way events are approved and delivered in the future. In these challenging times, we are all seeking tools and technologies which enable virtual collaboration and coordination. Eproval customers are using our technology to stay connected and to remotely manage the event application process, communicate with event organizers and effectively manage changes to upcoming events. By simply changing an event date in the system, all event details are moved to the new date. Eproval is making it easier than ever for our clients to adjust during this new normal.

We appreciate how unpredictable the future is, so please stay safe and healthy.

The Eproval Team

New Feature

CONFIGURATION TOOL

From the very start, Eproval has been a customer-driven product and this product release is no different. Our customers asked for a way to take ownership of their content and workflow edits to become more self sufficient and agile.

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