Registered Developer Program: successes from around the world
This month we’d like to highlight our incredible Registered Developer Program members who are based around the globe.
New Image is a web development shop based in Berlin, Germany. Working with Semperoper in Dresden, they launched a fully integrated ticket sales website in early 2016 using the ProVenue® DirectConnect APIs. All ticket sales occur directly on the client’s own website without redirecting to ProVenueOnline™. Using the New Image solution, patrons can choose from best available or select individual seats, as well as purchase programmes and other items in advance.
Another entry in the website development space, this UK-based development house provides the web sales front-end for the Rheged Centre in Cumbria. Patrons never leave the client’s website. Information about ticketed events is presented side-by-side with food, shopping, and other entertainment options.
One of our earliest API adopters, Fortress’s platform provides loyalty, access control, and stored value functionality for arenas and stadiums. While based overseas, they began working with Tickets.com & the Washington Nationals in 2011. Since then they’ve expanded to support ProVenue® clients both in the US and UK. In addition to RFID member cards, loyalty programme members can access their profile and barcoded ID via MLB.com’s Ballpark mobile app.
As the name implies, if you’re into winter sports, you may be familiar with Austrian based SkiData. That said, their products go well beyond just ski resorts, and include car parks, museums and football stadiums (or soccer for those of us state-side). Their first foray into the RDP came just last year, providing integrated loyalty services for the One Buffalo app used by the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres along with other regional sports teams.
For information about these and other Registered Developers please email firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to your main Tickets.com contact.