Play to a full house
A huge crowd is heading nervously towards the box offices as soon as they open.
The ticket clerks are waiting for reserved seats to be released so that they can offer a ticket to as many people as possible.
One ticket clerk is busy with a couple who has lost their tickets.
What if you took control to handle these issues?
Free up access to your museum
Ten days ago Luc reserved his ticket on the Internet.
Léa used the interactive kiosks to buy her ticket on site and thus avoided having to queue at the ticket offices.
Michel saw a poster for the exhibition in the underground, flashed the QR code and downloaded a ticket on to his mobile phone.
Set the pace with your ticketing!
The festival is sold out and Lucie doesn't want to go through black market to find a ticket.
After learning about it on social networks, she goes to the ticket exchange, obtains her coveted ticket and, thanks to a packaged offer, buys the ticket to travel to the festival at the same time. The tickets are downloaded on to her smartphone: all she has to do now is jump on the train and meet her friends!
Score points off the field
When he was 18, Julian was given his first season ticket. He used to meet his friends at the stadium where they would argue about the recent matches over a drink. They regularly bought things at the team store with their membership cards.
Now, at age 32, he rents a VIP box for the year. It is here that he entertains his best customers, yet he still supports his favorite team just as he used to do on day one.
Arenas and stadiums
More than a stadium
Monday, 8 p.m., match night.
Tuesday, 10 a.m., guided visit and lunch in a reserved skybox.
Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., concert and shopping.
What if you could multiply the opportunities to extend the relationship with your spectators?
Boost the satisfaction of your visitors!
Mr. Mason uses his smartphone to purchase and download tickets for all the family.
He has chosen the VIP family pack, including fast-track tickets to avoid the queues.
The family visits the shop to benefit from the offer received by SMS.
And what would you do if you were able to add new dimensions to your visitors' experience?
Trade shows, exhibitions
Exhibit your know-how!
It is eight o'clock and lines of delivery trucks are arriving on after another.
The organizer of the forthcoming congress orders 25 extra passes by email.
You receive a call from the head of security about the PDAs.
What if you had a single solution to manage everything reliably and efficiently in a centralized manner?
Orchestrate the cultural offering!
Children are begging to attend the football match announced at the supermarket.
A couple discovers in your local newspaper the offer for the latest theatre play.
Passers-by scan the QR code on the poster for the major exhibition in your region.
And what if you were able to manage everything from a centralized point?