Softjourn Knows Ticketing
Softjourn has established its credibility in building highly functional ticketing applications.
We’ve worked closely with Vendini, eTix, Live Nation, Event Espresso, Ticket Printing.com and many others for almost 15 years.
Our team hits the ground running on each project.
Softjourn, bringing great ticketing projects to life since 2004.
14+ years experience
Mobile Ticket Validation
Reserved Seating Functionality
Blockchain in Ticketing
Refunds and Exchanges
We Know Ticketing
Strong Customer References
We Know Technology
When you come to us with a vision for a new or updated application, we get up to speed fast. Our in-depth ticketing domain knowledge means that we understand what the market is demanding, how that meshes with your vision, and the technology involved.
You may be asking "What does it take to rewrite my access control app?" Or "How can I engage more sponsors for my event?" Or "How can I treat VIP clients right?"
Softjourn technical specialists can show you how to implement your vision and how to evaluate whether or not it makes economic and design sense. With our domain and platform expertise, we can also advise you on features or functionality that enhance app performance and the user experience.
"How much is my MVP going to cost?" "How long will it take?" Answering these important questions can help you decide whether or not to move forward with a project.
Once we are confident that we understand your vision, our team estimates the cost and duration of the development effort—including the need for a custom environment, risk and assumptions, and the most productive development team configuration.
We use Agile principles in our development projects. Why? Because Agile allows us to meet rigorous deadlines and continuously deliver features in discrete sprints. Breaking work into SMART tasks helps us package features and tasks into smaller bites that can be easily reprioritized if necessary.
Mobile ticketing apps can offer so much more than ever before, so why not reap all the benefits? Are clients requesting offline mode for your access control app? Do you want to offer at-the-door sales options? What about ticket packages and group tickets? Can you benefit from analytics and detailed reports or special VIP offers? Does your access control app scan fast and smoothly?
Have you considered adding reserved seating functionality to your current general admission ticket sales application? It can be an excellent way to gain additional business and also meet the needs of existing clients who must sell reserved seats as well as general admission tickets.
While designing and developing great projects for our clients, we have helped them answer many questions, like:
A seat selector application can be developed separately as a set of