ShoWare has announced 11 new contract wins for its cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) ticket sales and distribution solution.
ShoWare is a division of accesso® Technology Group plc, the premier technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry.
New clients include four venues in the U.S., three venues in Mexico, three independent Mexican producers and the Credit Union iPlex in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Tom Burnet, accesso CEO, says he is delighted that ShoWare has so quickly established itself as a vital part of the accesso group. “The product’s versatility and user-friendliness continues to attract customers from a strategically important and diverse range of verticals and geographies, all of which are entirely complementary to our existing business.”
In the U.S., the Ritz Theatre in Newark, NJ has signed a contract. So, too, has the 2300 Arena, the new state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue in Philadelphia, PA. Other venues include the Valhalla Tahoe, home to the Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival in South Lake Tahoe, California and the Puget Sound Attraction Council in Seattle, Washington.
In Mexico, three prominent independent producers – Oscar Garcia, Alejandro Vega, and Arturo Ramos – have chosen ShoWare online ticketing solutions plus the system’s facility to sell tickets through Facebook. Other key Mexican venues include Los Diablos Rojos de Mexico, the country’s most popular baseball team, as well as the Metepec Theatre, a former Ticketmaster client and the new La Teatreia theatre in Mexico City.
ShoWare is now used in more than 500 venues and leisure organisations throughout North and South America.