Smart Trakker offers an intuitive web app to register and pay for events, manage memberships and build fundraiser networks.
Event TrakkerSimplify Sign-up & Fundraising
- Flexible registration using simple or advanced forms
- Upload lists and email invitations to events
- Sponsor Me feature tracks donations by friends/family
- Easily export and report on valuable data points
- Integrate with your Member Trakker Directory
- Rates as low as 2.5% per transaction
Member TrakkerSecure Directory & Easy Payments
- Secure membership contact information
- Create annual invoices and simplify dues collection
- Send mass emails to targeted groups
- Analyze valuable data points and build reports
- Integrate with your Event Trakker registration data
- Flexible Rates based on the size of your group
It’s hard for me to put into words how much Smart Trakker has improved our organization and saved us time and money. From streamlining our dues collection, helping us run fabulous events, to working closely with our charities on philanthropic work, I view Smarttrakker as our #1 resource helping us improve service to our members each year.Michelle H
How It Works
Step 1: Build your event/fundraising form to collect info and online payments/funds
Step 2: Easily communicate with your members based on criteria you identify
Step 3: Collect dues and invoice your members easily
Step 4: Report and send data to your parent organizations
Smart Trakker Updates
Smart Trakker Versions are Named After Famous Adventurers & Explorers
Event planners and association managers aid our journey – review our roadmap!
Active Version: Banneker v1.5
Smart Trakker updates honor famous Inventors & Explorers
Benjamin Banneker was mathematician, astronomer, compiler of almanacs, inventor, and writer, one of the first important African American intellectuals.
Banneker was largely self-educated and did much of his learning through the voracious reading of borrowed books. While still a young man (probably about age 20), he built a wooden clock that kept precise time. As early as 1788, Banneker began to make astronomical calculations, and he accurately predicted a solar eclipse that occurred in 1789. In 1791, while working with Andrew Ellicott and others in surveying the land that would become Washington, D.C.
This Smart Trakker Version Features Event-Trakker Advanced Registration Forms:
- Intuitive Advanced Form Builder
- Register one or more attendees with different details all at one time
- The Contact Person does not need to attend the conference to register others
- VIP Attendees enter a code for Free Registrations
- Conditional Logic allows you to apply additional questions when needed
- And much more!