Community Centers

Manage your community center with Crescat Venue

Community Centers

Centralized planning

Community centers use Crescat to centralize all aspects of venue management, including booking events, spaces and rooms, creating event schedules, building day sheets, sharing and storing documents, organizing shifts, and managing teams. Keeping all relevant information in one place, can reduce the risk of miscommunication and oversight.

Centralized planning

Built-in collaboration

Crescat is collaborative by nature, allowing community centers and important stakeholders such as staff, volunteers, community members, suppliers to collaborate on events and assignments and share documents and key information with each other. This ensures that everyone involved in the planning process stays organized, accountable, and up-to-date. No more endless email chains and last minute phone calls!


Built-in collaboration

Time-saving solutions

When booking events in your community center, the last thing you want to be doing is wasting valuable time on repetitive event administration. Crescat makes it easier with simple, customizable event templates. No more building things from scratch, simply book an event with pre-filled schedules, day sheets, documents, shift schedules, checklists and much more information with just a few clicks. 

Time-saving solutions

Generate more hires

Booking events with customers and community members is even easier in Crescat. Harnessing the power of our event templates, you can build a simple form for customers and community members to set up events for you to approve or decline at the click of a button. You can even embed your venue calendar on your website! Make life easier for you and your customers and keep your community center busy!

Generate more hires

Crescat Venue in action

Don’t just take our word for it, hear from venues that use Crescat to manage their spaces effectively.

Crescat Venue gives us a clear overview of both the planning and execution of all our events.
Erik Alfredsen
Erik Alfredsen