Hi Floyd,

We did a big survey of ticketing systems about 3 years ago. I am sure the 
market has evolved a lot since then, but at the time we were looking for a 
product with strong capabilities in timed ticketing and repeating events (both 
free and paid) with an easy to use mobile form factor, a nice looking and user 
experience-focused online purchase experience, and a modern level of 
integrate-ability (for example, to integrate with our website, CRM, app, and 
other systems) that was not going to break the bank. At the time there was 
nothing that really hit all of our marks. We decided to embark on building a 
new solution together with a technology partner and that product is just 
starting to get to a level of maturity that will allow them to bring other 
clients on board. The product is now called Ticketure, it is entirely api 
driven and as of now it works really great for our, admittedly unique, use 
case. The downside is that it is still very much under active development, so 
everything you need might not be there quite yet, but the pro is that the 
development is actually active - so features are rolled out very quickly, 
weekly or monthly rather than annually. There is also a lot of potential in 
leveraging the api to take over some of the tasks that traditionally have had 
to be built natively into a ticketing system. If you are interested, I would be 
happy to talk more off-list.


Heather Hart
Director of Information Technology

The Broad

221 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012

213.232.6239 office
310.606.1215 cell

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Can any of you share which ticketing software you are using and what options, 
limitations they offer? Ballpark pricing would help too.
We are also interested in timed ticketing and online ticket sales. Any 
experiences you can share will be appreciated.


Floyd Thomas Sweeting III
Head, Technology & Digital Media

1 East 70th Street
New York, NY   10021

(212) 547-6889 tel
(212) 547-0708 fax


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