Getting Started

August 30, 2022

Cvent Event Management allows you to create a customized registration process for attendees and helps you manage their entire event experience. With it, you have all the tools you need to build exceptional events, increase attendance, deliver engaging content, and gain the insights that keep attendees coming back year after year.

Our Developer Hub integrations save you time and money by automating manual tasks. Integrating Cvent with your other point solutions lets you build a robust platform with proven ROI.

Ready to dive in? Check out our integrations in the left menu. Need a little encouragement? Visit our Help page for more information on getting started or adding an API to your account.

If you don’t see something you’re looking for, we might not have that integration in the Hub yet. Contact your account manager for more information.

Why integrate?

There are endless reasons why we recommend integrating your systems, but here are the major ones:

Cvent Integration Hub

From your CRM system, to your expense tracking software, to your marketing automation system, you rely on multiple applications to manage your business. That means it’s critical for all of them to work together and offer you a unified, holistic data exchange across your tech stack. The Cvent Integration Hub allows you to do just that, creating a seamless flow of data between any of your SaaS solutions and Cvent. Cvent’s open platform allows you to integrate with any web-based program. Here are the major integration types and examples of some of the key systems we integrate with: Cvent Integration Hub

Cvent Entities

Below is the list of Cvent entities that you could consider integrating with:

  • Contact – An entry in the Cvent address book. An account-level record for a person that exists across all events. One contact can be related to multiple invitee/registration records. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Event – An entity containing details such as location, start and end times, etc. Parent object of invitees/registrations. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Session – A specific activity within an event. For example, a breakfast or breakout activity. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Invitee – An event-level record for someone who has been invited to register for the event. Includes individuals on the waitlist. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Registration – Someone who has registered or previously registered for an event. Includes those who have registered and later cancelled their registration. Refers to the individual who will be attending the event. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Guest – A secondary record of the registration. A child entity of the primary registrant. Created via Cvent’s “Guest Registration” feature. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Transaction – A payment or refund made for a registrant. Includes information such as payment method, name on card, etc. Only created when a transfer of funds is logged. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
  • Speaker – An event resource who is associated to an event or session records. They may or may not be a registrant, however, their speaker record is not tied to the registration record. Here is the list of fields on this entity.
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