Silent Auction has been developed to accept bids and update auction lots in real-time. Each bid is displayed in a table under each auction lot so delegates can check on who is currently the highest bidder.Learn more
Instead of printing out uneccessary amounts of paper to explain auction lots, store that information on the silent auction system. Great for users to have information store in one simple to use area and a great way to make an event more environmentally friendly.Speak to us
Maintaining accuracy and recording bidders informaiton is paramount for auction event. With the Silent Auction system there is moderation tools available to the event technician to monitor and edit bids, personal details and more.Get a quote
Cube-i's Silent Auction solution is specifically developed to make the user experience of reading lots and placing bids as simple as possible.
Cube-i supply expert onsite technicians that will guide a client through the whole process of the event tech solution such as design, features, and the logistics of the event interactivity on the day(s).
All data from the Silent Auction system such as highest bidder, total amount raised, bid history, delegate information and more are all recorded and available post event for future use.
The purpose of an auction event is to raise money and with the Silenct Auction system there is a higher chance to beat auction targets. Delegates will find the system easy to use and more simple than paper format which should encourage more bidders than usual.
Silent Auction pricing can vary depending on requirements and we would advise for you to speak with a member our team to find a package that can satisfy your budget target. Cube-i will always try to be as flexible as possible.
Yes, due to the nature of how the Silent Auction system works a Cube-i technician is required to operate the solution onsite.
Yes, Cube-i has a selection of iPads available to supply the Silent Auction system and will be included in any quote from us
Cube-i advice to get all item lots information to us around 2 weeks before the event. The system will take around 1 day to program and a demonstration can be set up for review.
Yes, the event technician will be able to make minor changes to the lots or add in any last minute items to the system.
No, Cube-i will supply an onsite local server for the sysyem to operate on. The event technician will be responsible for setting up and managing the server onsite.
Cube-i estimate that setup for the Silent Auction system will take around 2 hours. In some cases this could be longer, but we will advise on the best setup plan as and when necessary.