Paciolan in the news
Originally published at VenuesToday.com | Published Sept. 16, 2014 | By Jessica Boudevin
Global Spectrum is going the distance — 4,615 miles, to be exact. PPL Center in Allentown, Pa., and Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage both opened last week, hosting their first concerts just one day apart. It wasn’t necessarily planned to have both Global Spectrum-managed facilities open in the same week. The logistics of the touring shows dictated dates, as well as several other factors.
“It really depends on construction schedules and client schedules,” said Global Spectrum President John Page, who added that both venues wanted a fall opening to get a few events handled before major tenants move in.
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Originally published at GoTigersGo.com | Published Aug. 19, 2014 | By Memphis Athletics
The University of Memphis Athletic Department has announced the launch of a new online platform in order to better serve members of the Tiger Scholarship Fund.
Donors to TSF can now access, review and manage their personal membership accounts online at GoTigersGo.com/donate or by clicking the DONATE tab on the GoTigersGo.com homepage.
“Early in my tenure I identified online donor access and account management as a critical growth initiative for our development team to better serve our key stakeholders,” Director of Athletics Tom Bowen said. “Working with our long-standing partner, Paciolan, Inc., our development team has totally redesigned and enhanced the online donor profiles, account management and ticket management platform.”
Originally published by National Sports Forum | Published May 28, 2014
Universities including the University of Michigan and University of California, Berkeley are partnering with FanOne Marketing to implement and enable advanced marketing automation for their athletic programs. FanOne Marketing is providing technology and strategic guidance specifically focused on heightening fan engagement, selling more tickets, and increasing overall revenue.
The University of Michigan started this system as a test to see if the customer drop-off they saw in online shopping carts could be recaptured through re-targeting. They started the use of the system with basketball ticket sales, and saw that the analysis they had about retention and recapture was right. This system gave them an opportunity to reach out to the customers that needed a small push to buy tickets and helped diminish the amount of customer drop-off they had seen within ticket sales.
Originally published by Venues Today | Published May 27, 2014 | By Jessica Boudevin, Acting Managing Editor
Alaska Airlines Center at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, will officially be dedicated Sept. 5, kicking off 10 days of ceremonies and special events including a Taste of Alaska and music festival. The 196,000-sq.-ft. facility will provide a stage for UAA Athletics including basketball and volleyball, as well as a gymnastics practice and performance gym.
The university’s Athletic Director Keith Hackett said that plans for this facility have been in the works for more than 30 years.
Originally published by Sports Business Journal | Published April 28, 2014 | By Michael Smith, Staff Writer
Close to 10 percent of colleges are delivering football and basketball tickets to their students through mobile, but that number is expected to increase significantly in the coming years.
A study by Paciolan, a ticketing software company that counts 110 colleges as clients, showed that the adoption of mobile delivery among students, while sporadic, is growing (see charts below).
Originally published by Sports Business Journal | Published March 31, 2014 | By Don Muret, Staff Writer
The shift in the corporate culture at Comcast-Spectacor continues four months after Peter Luukko’s sudden resignation as president and chief operating officer.
Comcast-Spectacor President Dave Scott was to announce this week that Mike Sheehey, formerly of NBC Sports Group, has been hired as executive vice president of business development for the company’s five facility service providers, a new position.
Originally published at NJ.com | Published Sept. 26, 2013 | By Peggy McGlone
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra has a message for its single ticket buyers: Be as picky as you want.
In time for Friday’s season-opening concert at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, the NJSO has rolled out a new online ticketing program that allows purchasers to view seating maps showing available seats and ones that have already been purchased.
“As a consumer, I like the options of looking at everything that is available and choosing the seat that works for me,” vice president of marketing Catherine Levin said.
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Originally published at VenuesToday.com | Published Sept. 10, 2013 | By Matthew Coller
The long-awaited Singapore Sports Hub has announced it will go live next month with its custom designed ticketing system.
The 350,000-square-foot sports complex, which cost in the range of $1 billion to build, is expected to debut its multivenue facility with a football match in May.
On Oct. 1, Sports Hub, New Era Tickets and Paciolan will launch Sports Hub Tix, a ticketing system created solely to handle events at all of Sports Hub’s venues.
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Originally published at Tallahasse.com | Published July 7, 2013 | By Ira Schoffel, Sports Editor
In Ben Zierden’s world, success often is measured in silence.
“Normally,” Zierden said with a smile, “if everything goes well, we don’t hear anything.”
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Originally published on Business Week | Published October 18, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) – Oct. 18, 2012 – StubHub, the world’s largest ticket marketplace, announced today that University of North Carolina has been integrated into Apple Passbook. The integration allows fans to store Tar Heels athletic event tickets purchased on StubHub into Passbook, enabling them to use their iPhone or iPod touch as their ticket into events. Passbook integration will begin for University of North Carolina with their first home football game on October 27.
Last year StubHub introduced mobile barcoding with select sports team partners, including the San Francisco Giants. This season, through an existing integration with the University of North Carolina and Paciolan, StubHub began to offer mobile barcode ticketing across all mobile platforms. The integration with Apple’s Passbook will give iPhone and iPod touch users another option to access mobile tickets. Not only will fans be able to store their tickets on their phone, but they will also be able to get into the event using mobile barcoding.
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