Freeman, a global provider of integrated services for live engagements, today announced the launch of its new interactive, web-based planning tool – Passport. The new service provides customers with a simple, easy-to-manage interface to manage custom designs, signs and floor plans for exhibitions, exhibits and audio-visual needs.
Passport brings together the best-in-class features of the former Champion Client Command Center and Freeman’s iPlanner+. The new tool allows customers to submit creative requests and easily review, comment on, and approve designs. Additionally, the user-friendly Adobe annotation capabilities within Passport provide simple editing options. Passport also provides customers with easy access to designs from past events and previously submitted requests.
“Our goal is to ensure that we execute every customer project flawlessly. To do this, we know that it’s critical to keep both our customers and our account teams up-to-date on any necessary changes,” said Joe Popolo, president and CEO, Freeman “By introducing Passport, we have a new way to enhance day-to-day communication and collaboration with our customers.”
Passport is the most recent addition to the Freeman Technology Suite (FTS), a recently launched hub where customers can access six proprietary interactive tools designed to make it easier for customers to collaborate with Freeman through the event planning process and improve the on-site experience at Freeman-produced events.
Founded in 1927, Freeman provides integrated experiential-marketing solutions for live engagements, including expositions, conventions, corporate events and exhibits. Headquartered in Dallas with 70 offices in North America, Freeman produces more than 4,300 expositions annually, including 135 of the 250 largest U.S. tradeshows and 11,000 other events worldwide.