Click onto the Internet, find a concert, pay and then print the ticket on your own printer. It doesn't get any easier than this. TicMachine has developed the ticket selling system of the future. Everything clearly points to the Internet becoming the most utilised sales medium in the future, especially with regards to tickets. At the moment, only Danes can make use of the system, but before long, concert and festivalgoers outside of Denmark's borders will be able to sit in front of their PC and print out their tickets. The system has been thoroughly tested and is ready for implementation in Europe and the rest of the world.
VIP-Booking's director, Leif Skov has recently presented the concept of TicMachine at the last ILMC conference in London and the interest to implement this unique system in the European concert and festival industry is huge – not only because everyone admits that internet sales are the future.
TicMachine isn't just another internet service – it is a unique system with personal, unique tickets, which gives a better service to the punter at a lower price, an improved tool for service and marketing and a chance for the promoter and artist to control the level of ticket commission.
But it is also about the fact that TicMachine's concept is a fully developed toolbox that is easy to transfer to other parts of the world. Furthermore, TicMachine is an economically attractive alternative to the majority of other existing ticket sales solutions because of the low costs associated, explains TicMachine's administrative director, Jakob H. Lund who is ready to offer his unique TicMachine concept to the whole world.
For further information contact: Jakob H. Lund firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.ticmachine.com