Administrator roles and permissions
InvitePeople support multiple levels of administrator roles and permissions. It is important that every user has access to the correct content, for both security and usability reasons.
Organizations, departments and events
An organization in InvitePeople has a number of events. The events can be sorted under a department within the organization or directly under the organization. Every organization has users with with different administrator roles and permissions. Also users can be sorted under a department or directly under the organization.
The supervisor administrator is the highest level user in an organization. A supervisor administrator has permission to handle all events and administrators, templates for event creation, API credentials and statistics for the whole organization.
Supervisor Event Administrator
The supervisor event administrator have read and write access to events and participants in the organization or in a specific department. An event administrator gets a good overview of what is happening in the organization or department, and can administer any individual event in it.
The supervisor have read only access to events and participants in the organization or in a specific department. A supervisor get a good overview of what is happening in the organization or department. The supervisor role can be combined with event specific administrator roles.
The event creator can create new events within an organization or a department, using all or a subset of templates. The event creator automatically retrieves the highest event specific administrator role for events created by the user. The event creator role can be combined with supervisor, supervisor administrator and event specific administrator roles.
Event specific administrator roles
There are multiple levels of event specific administrator roles. The event’s administrators can be users inside or outside the organization or department, thus only getting access to the specific event. The highest level event specific administrator with full rights has access to all settings and data of the event.
For fine grained access control, the following event specific administrator roles with partial rights exists.
- Event Administrator
Access to all settings and data, but cannot remove the event.
- Online Administrator
Access to online venue related settings. Can manage participants, seminars, companies, meetings and chats.
- Orders Administrator
Can manage participants, orders and tickets. Has read only access to seminars and companies.
- Economy Administrator
Can manage orders and tickets. Has read only access to participants and companies.
- Accounting Administrator
Has read only access to participants, orders and tickets.
Can moderate chats and video meetings. Has read only access to participants, seminars, companies and meetings.
- Video Technician
Can manage videos and live stream. Has read only access to seminars.
- Partner Booker
Can manage participants, meetings and chats.
- Seminar Administrator
Can manage seminars. Has read only access to participants and companies.
- Exhibitor Administrator
Can manage companies and promo codes.
- Entrance Administrator
Can check in participants with a scanner or using the online kiosk. Has read only access to participants.
- Invitation Administrator
Can manage participants.
- Data Administrator
Has read only access to all data.
- Statistics Administrator
Has basic access to participant data and aggregated statistics.,
- Sales Administrator
Has basic access to participant data.
The company administrator can manage a specific company inside a specific event. The company administrator can invite and manage representatives, edit the company contact information and profile, upload a logotype, edit the company’s product pages, follow the company’s promo code registrations and manage the company’s leads.
A company can have multiple administrators. A user can only administer one company per event.
The content manager can manage one or more seminars of an event. A content manager may also have permission to propose new seminars for an event. The content manager can edit a seminar’s title, description, profile and lecturers, upload videos and moderate the seminar chat.
Access control can be obtained using the seminar status. Seminars with status Proposal, New, Updated and Published – Adjusting are editable by content managers. Seminars with status Reviewing, Approved, Published and Published – Hide in schedule are read only by content managers.