Two more colleges sign up for Paciolan ticketing

Ticketing company Paciolan has agreed contracts with the University of Michigan and the University of Texas to implement its Ticketing Intelligence data solution.

7 February 2013 Ian McPherson
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Ticketing company Paciolan has agreed contracts with the University of Michigan and the University of Texas to implement its Ticketing Intelligence data solution.
 
Paciolan’s ticketing solution will allow each university to integrate data from third-party systems and analyse sales, customer data, compare ticket sales and fund development across seasons, and adapt programmes to maximise revenues. No financial terms were released.

“We are proud to expand our partnership with all three of these thought-leading universities and provide them with a rich reporting solution to help each institution make critical, data-driven business decisions,” said Dave Butler, chief executive of Paciolan. “Using this system, each university will be enabled to more easily assess their business, improve operational efficiencies and use real-time data to enhance the experience of each fan and donor.”

Meanwhile, National Football League (NFL) franchise Minnesota Vikings has renewed its partnership with ticketing company eLayaway to process its 2013 season ticket renewal programme.

Paciolan – Uni of Michigan, Uni of Texas