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B-Com offers collaborative Community Management capabilities

Published on Monday, April 13, 2015

B-Com offers collaborative Community Management capabilities

A community is a group of people who share common interests

In B-Com, a community can be the entire audience of an event, or a group within an event such as sponsored participants, journalists, exhibitors or speakers.  Each community benefits from dedicated content and services, enabling community members to access custom information while community managers are given access to features they need to manage and interact with their community.

As an example, a communication manager is responsible for promoting an event to the press. He is given access to the community management portal where he can manage information and news specifically for journalists. He can send invitations to his list of journalists (imported from an excel spreadsheet or retrieved from his directory), and grant them with free or discounted registrations and services.

Alternatively, the press community manager can review and approve accreditation requests received directly from journalists. Once journalists registered to the event, the community manager can share additional content and engage with them, at any time, even long after the event is over.



Exemple of communities managed in B-Com



B-Com version 2.10 enables community management beyond events

With v2.10, B-Com extends its community management capabilities beyond events to create and manage standalone communities. These are created independently of any events with the objective to build private social networks that will increase engagement opportunities around an organization’s activities or events.  Standalone community management serves the needs of any community managers whether they work for associations, corporations, or agencies. 

With B-Com, community managers can use the many collaborative tools available to create and manage their own community portal, and engage with their community members all year long:


Community members management

  • Allow people to become members of one or several community(ies), with or without paying a fee
  • Capture information about members and store it in their contact profile
  • Allow community members to self-manage several contact profiles and choose which one they will use in the various communities they are allowed to access
  • Automatically notify members when their membership is about to expire and offer membership renewal
  • Automatically offer reduced prices for event registration fees and other services depending on the community memberships level and privileges


Community website management

  • Share public information and news that can be browsed without having to become a member
  • Share private information, documents and news to authenticated members, depending on their membership level
  • Use mass mailing  features to send invitations and communications to members
  • Allow members to browse the Community’s directory
  • Facilitate discussions in the community on topics, or from one member to the other
  • Allow members to browse the Community’s list of events
  • Allow community leaders to manage their own content about the community
  • Create surveys for targeted audience and analyse the results



B-Com community management is tightly integrated with the rest of the platform

B-Com offers much more than a web-based community management portal: Promoting events and activities of an organization to any target audience, at any point of time, and on any device is made easy thanks to B-Com community mobile app.

The tight integration with the rest of B-Com platform and common database (xRM) enables leveraging on data captured across events and programs, and offer community members a single entry point to all of the organization’s activities. 

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