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Ticketscript offers mobile ticketing app to promoters
TicketNews.com – by BLAYNE SAPELLI
European ticketing solutions company Ticketscript recently launched a do-it-yourself mobile ticketing application designed to help event promoters create ticket-selling plug-ins for Web sites and social media pages.
The app also allows event promoters to create their own customizable mobile app, dubbed a “ticketshop,” for selling tickets and providing real-time information to attendees.
“No technical expertise is required, the app is extremely easy to update, implement and maintain.” Ticketscript CEO Frans Jonker said in a statement. “The mobile event app will help to boost ticket sales, enhance word of mouth promotion and it’s a cost effective way of promoting the event.”
Instead of charging organizers for the use of their software, Ticketscript generates revenue by charging a €1.50 fee (or about $2) for each ticket sold through the plug-in. The company said this helps reduce overhead costs and aligns the interests of the event promoter with those of Ticketscript.
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