• Sophia Gallance posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 3 days, 13 hours ago

    What exactly does Softjourn do?

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 1 week, 4 days ago

    Softjourn has recently developed an awesome city scanning app for an urban festival and we wanted to share it with you. The festival organizers wanted to use the app to attract attendees to workshops and musical performances, notify them of current events, and gain their participation in improvement projects such as creating a collective garden.…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 2 months ago

    As a technology service provider to Fortune 500 companies, Softjourn gets many requests to work with new technologies. One such technology is blockchain, which has intrigued the business community and generated considerable buzz. We have been exploring blockchain for a while, doing internal proofs of concept and talking to ticketing companies…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    If you’re organizing an event with as many as 70, 000 attendees, your focus is bound to be on admitting them as quickly and efficiently as possible—no matter whether you validate by event, session, or gate.

    Managing events that large, Eventfinda, an online ticketing company and our first New Zealand client, was understandably concerned with bot…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 3 months ago

    Our experience in developing venue management software shows that there are 3 key reasons why ticketing CEOs invest in venue management:

    – to optimize pricing;
    – benefit from AI on events;
    – ramp up event marketing. 

    In the infographic below you can see some more benefits of having a venue management app…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 3 months, 1 week ago

    RFID technology can be used in ticketing not only for access control, but for other steps of fan journey! Those steps include:

    – engage your fan more deeply at the actual event, 

    – reduce bottlenecks at the gate, 

    – gather data your clients find valuable,

    – use RFID as a digital wallet for festival attendees, so there is no need to carry a…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Fan engagement should equal more revenue for you, and an awesome experience for the fans. At a multi-stage musical festival fans can never get to see all of the performers that they want to. But what if they can now watch one performer on one stage, but also see live stream of another one of their favorites performing on another stage? It’s all a…[Read more]

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  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    How about adding reserved seating functionality to your current general admission ticket sales application? You may be looking to do this in order to capture additional clients as well as keep the business of several existing clients, who need to sell both general admission tickets and also have several venues that required reserved ticket sales.…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 4 months ago

    Access control app, of course, is about making sure a ticket is valid, but it could be doing so much more for your customers; recognize those VIP patrons, handle RFID tags, ticket lookup and more.

    If you follow the link below, you`ll see hilarious infographic which shows additional functionality that could be added to your existing app to help…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 4 months, 1 week ago

    Design thinking: is this a buzz word or a real way to brainstorm a better and more unique solution? We’d like to tell you a story about how we put ourselves in our customer’s shoes and came up with a unique prototype following 5 stages of the design-thinking approach. The story ends with great design for a mobile cinema app, but let’s not jump ahe…[Read more]

  • softjourn posted an update in the group Group logo of Ticketing gurusTicketing gurus 4 months, 1 week ago

    As you know, cross-platform apps for ticketing are the next big thing. The Softjourn team has built at least 5 of them in the last few months. If you’re thinking about going cross-platform, we thought you’d like to know what we’ve been up to.Most recently, we used React Native to rebuild a native scanning app for EzTix—a Canadian company that se…[Read more]

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