Increased demand for cashless payment options has led TicketSocket and Tappit to partner together to provide a seamless, cashless payment solution for venues and events of all sizes.
The partnership offers event organizers the opportunity to consolidate all on-site payments into a single, convenient cashless experience that encourages COVID-19 compliance. Tappit’s agnostic cashless solutions allow event coordinators to choose the right cash-free payment method for their event while still promoting sales through TicketSocket’s customizable interface.
While this will offer ticket purchasers a seamless, comfortable experience, it will also provide event organizers with a low-effort method of increasing efficiency and safety. As the country begins to reopen, finding safe ways to remain COVID-19 compliant while still reopening venues requires innovation. Tappit’s cashless payment solution works in tandem with TicketSocket’s white label ticketing and registration system to allow some of the first genuinely cashless events in history.
Jason Thomas, Global CEO, Tappit comments,
“We are delighted to be announcing our partnership with Ticketsocket. Ticketsocket’s commitment to an incredible fan experience, market-leading technology and providing a great solution for venues and organizers is the perfect match for our cashless solutions. We are proud to work with them to add invaluable data, real-time insights and a safe and seamless way to pay.”
TicketSocket is not new to assisting venues and events with cash-free sales and financial services. Its white label ticketing system includes integrated box office solutions and a high-conversion mobile checkout that keeps customers on the path to make a purchase.
The TicketSocket-Tappit partnership combines the physical technology of Tappit with the in-depth, cutting-edge software and customization of TicketSocket to create a streamlined solution for keeping events running smoothly and contact-free. Tappit even allows organizers to track individual visitors and their purchases, providing rich, granular data that can be leveraged in future events.
“As it relates to the health of their business, event organizers will want to make sure they have full control of every aspect of their business. This partnership adds another layer of control for event organizers.” – Mark Miller, CEO of TicketSocket
Empowering venue managers and event organizers with the tools and information they need is the driving force behind TicketSocket’s partnership with companies like Tappit. Event runners have put in the work to survive so far. Now, they can take the next steps to ensure they will reopen safely and efficiently by implementing a cashless, contact-free payment system as the world transitions to the new normal.
Tappit is the leading global payment and data ecosystem for events, attractions, stadia and venues, providing a unique end-to-end solution including cashless payment, white label payment apps, mobile pay, RFID and event analytics. Tappit’s solutions enhance live event experiences, providing technology and data to the organizers, which in turn improves customer experience and increases profitability. Tappit brings event organizers and venues closer to their customers, giving them control over their payment solutions whilst providing actionable insights to make events even better. To find out more, visit tappit.com.
TicketSocket provides event organizers and developers worldwide with a customizable white label ticketing, registration, and event management platform. Organizers and vendors alike retain total control of their customers’ experience without the time and costs traditionally associated with custom solutions. TicketSocket prioritizes organizations’ ownership of their own funds, data, brand, and functionality.
The company’s proprietary plug-in framework, white label tools, and open APIs pioneer a new level of interactivity and customization for event promoters, venues, developers, and other ticketing companies. TicketSocket provides services to thousands of customers worldwide, facilitating millions of transactions per year.
Founded in 2012, the company is headquartered in Newport Beach, California, with additional offices in Asia, Europe, and North America. For more information, visit www.ticketsocket.com.