The Ticketing Business News published an article about our plans for new markets.
Like stated in the article, after Sindri Már Finnbogason, our CEO our experience and our full focus is on the culture segment and we seek to take complex tasks and make them simple to use, that is what we love to do:
In this week’s ‘open house’ webinar for the new markets, Finnbogason demo’d the English language interface of the system: “The team at Tix have a lot of experience. We all have ticketing backgrounds. And this is a business owned by developers. This makes us different. All of our development is agile. We seek to take complex tasks and make them simple on the interface. It’s what we love to do.”
In its ‘home’ market Tix also acts as a ticket agent for promoters, festivals and other clients but it has no plans to do this in other markets. Nor is it interested in sports: “We want to focus on theatre, arts and culture houses. This is a sector which needs our approach.”
Ken Paul, our newly hired employee in the UK who has a long experience in the ticketing industry described what he first felt when he got to know the system, as intuitive and ready to go out of the box:
“I’ve seen a lot of systems but what impressed me with Tix is that it is literally ready to go out of the box,” observes Paul. “Clients can get selling with it right away. It’s intuitive.”
In short, the company’s ‘pitch’ to the UK and other markets is that it offers an advanced, integrating ticketing platform with a logical, multi-language and simple interface, full transparency on pricing, and a customer-first approach to service but also development.
HERE you can read the whole article.
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