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This guide explains how to use the Siebel eEvents Manager for Finance module to plan, execute, and evaluate marketing events. It includes information about setting up an eEvents Web site, and about the interactions Web users have with that site, in order to learn about and register for events.

Siebel Systems offers two optional modules for event management related to the financial industry:

This guide discusses both of these optional products and describes how to perform administrative and end-user procedures in both modules.

This guide will be useful primarily to people whose title or job description matches one of the following:

Event Planners and Event Team Members

Persons responsible for planning and executing marketing events.

Marketing Administrators

Persons responsible for setting up and maintaining a marketing department. Duties include designing and managing campaigns, product marketing information, and product distribution lists.

Siebel Application Administrators

Persons responsible for planning, setting up, and maintaining Siebel applications.

Siebel Application Developers

Persons who plan, implement, and configure Siebel applications, possibly adding new functionality.

Siebel System Administrators

Persons responsible for the whole system, including installing, maintaining, and upgrading Siebel applications.

Sales and Marketing Professionals

Persons covering the relationship with clients or prospects who may be interested in attending an event.

Persons responsible for installing and configuring Siebel eEvents Manager for Finance need a thorough knowledge of the architecture of Siebel eBusiness Applications and standard Siebel installation and configuration procedures. A working understanding of Siebel Business Process Designer, Siebel Communications Server, and the Siebel Marketing, eSales, eService, and eChannel applications is strongly recommended.

 Siebel eEvents Management Guide for Financial Services 
 Published: 18 April 2003