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Throughout 2019, venues and sports organisations across the UK have upgraded to the industry-leading ProVenue® platform from Tickets.com®.
Across the arts, entertainment and sport industries, venues are taking advantage of the platform’s integrated features, which are specifically designed to help clients access, understand, and capitalise on their own consumer data.
In the first half of 2019, Tickets.com announced it had extended its relationship with Hillingdon Council. In time for the busy summer schedule, the borough implemented ProVenue to manage all ticketing requirements across a multitude of events and venues in the Greater London area.
The hosted web-based solution (SaaS) offers Hillingdon Council intuitive ticketing and marketing processes, improving ease-of-use for the general public, streamlining day-to-day operations for volunteers and staff, and expanding opportunities for consumer engagement.
As the year progressed, University Concert Hall and The Lights, two longstanding Tickets.com customers, also upgraded to ProVenue to take advantage of the latest ticketing technology.
University Concert Hall, a 1000-seat venue on the University of Limerick campus, now has the ability to provide its patrons with a premium digital experience–more convenient options for buying tickets, receiving tickets, and entering the venue.
The multi-purpose system, whilst continuing to support traditional barcode scanning, also allows patrons to receive and display tickets digitally on their mobile phones, simultaneously allowing the venue to track real-time customer stats as needed or automatically through scheduled reports.
The Lights, a multi-purpose venue in Andover that offers a full professional programme of music, theatre, comedy and dance, chose ProVenue in 2019 with the particular aim to modernise its patron and staff experience.
In 2019 The Lights debuted MyProVenue™, the next-generation customer-facing web application built for speed. MyProVenue, supported by self-service configuration through ProVenue, is providing The Lights with a new level of control over the online purchase experience.
This autumn, Dundee Football Club launched ProVenue to satisfy all ticketing requirements for the start of the 2019/20 Scottish Premiership football season. The platform extends the club’s data capture capabilities significantly, enhancing the club’s ability to analyse fan trends and improve fan engagement. Another highlight for the club is the platform’s inventory management, which allows centralised control over ticket sales and the features available to patrons through a variety of sales channels.
The Hub, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and Rosehill Theatre are among the other UK venues benefitting from a successful launch of ProVenue in 2019.