Become an EveCom Beta tester

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Become an EveCom Beta tester


Have you ever wanted to get an early look at a new product before it hits the market? Well, now is your chance! 

EveCom is in its late stage company beta testing phase and we are looking for beta testers to help us shape the future of the product. In just 14 days from now, we will be opening up for beta testing and we want you to be a part of it. 

What is EveCom and why is beta testing important for it?

EveCom is a new event ticketing system that is currently in the late stage of in-house beta testing. It's an innovative platform that aims to revolutionize the way people buy and sell tickets to events. The platform is designed to provide a seamless, convenient, and secure experience for both event organizers and ticket buyers. 

Beta testing is a critical phase in the development of any new product, including EveCom. It's the point at which the product is tested by a group of real users who provide feedback on its functionality, usability, and overall performance. Beta testers play a crucial role in identifying bugs, glitches, and other issues that need to be addressed before the product is launched to the public. This is why beta testing is so important for EveCom. As a beta tester, you'll have the opportunity to help shape the future of the platform. You'll be able to provide feedback on the user interface, the checkout process, the payment system, and other important features. Your feedback will be used to improve the platform and ensure that it meets the needs and expectations of both event organizers and ticket buyers. 

The beta testing phase is also an excellent opportunity to get a sneak peek at the product before it's launched. You'll have the chance to explore all the features of EveCom and see firsthand how it can benefit event organizers and ticket buyers. Plus, you'll get to play a vital role in the development of a product that has the potential to change the face of event ticketing.

Beta testing application is now open!

How to apply to become a beta tester?

To apply to become a beta tester, simply visit this contact form.

Fill out the application form with your information, including your experience with event ticketing systems and any relevant skills you may have. 

What to expect as a beta tester?

EveCom is looking for beta testers who are passionate about event planning and organization, and who are able to provide valuable feedback on the system's features and usability. 

Keep in mind that being a beta tester requires a commitment to testing and providing feedback, so make sure you're able to devote the necessary time and effort to the process. If you're selected as a beta tester, you'll receive access to the system's beta testing platform, as well as updates and communication from the EveCom team. 

How to provide valuable feedback to shape the future of EveCom?

Here are a few things to keep in mind as a beta tester when providing feedback to the Unity Network team: 

  1. Be specific: When providing feedback, be specific about what feature you are referring to and what concerns you have. This will help the developers understand what specifically needs to be addressed. 
  2. Provide examples: If possible, provide examples of how you have used the feature and what worked well or what didn't. This can help the developers understand the issue more clearly. 
  3. Be honest: It's important to be honest in your feedback, even if it's negative. This will help the developers improve the product and make it better for all users. 

By becoming a beta tester for EveCom, you will be a part of shaping the future of event ticketing systems and helping to create a product that meets the needs of its users. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity!

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