Venuepoint ticket system
Venuepoint is web based, which means that clients, etc., must be installed. Venuepoint is accessed via a web browser and allows full functionality, no matter where you log on.
Venuepoint is owned and developed by Billetlugen A/S. Since Billetlugen has its own development department, the system undergoes constant development driven by user needs and wishes. Venuepoint is designed to support an intuitive sales process with many different user layers. This means that Venuepoint is suitable for both the experienced and the new user.
Therefore, with Venuepoint, users only have one system that contains all the functions. Using a precise user control, users only have access to relevant functions at different levels.
The thinking and philosophy behind Venuepoint is to merge functionalities that are known from the traditional "stand-alone" ticketing systems, with tools known from e-commerce and e-marketing. It gives the user of Venuepoint a strong sales and administration tool for venues. The idea is to offer an easy to use ticketing system that is combined with a strong marketing and management tool.
There is a strong emphasis on user-friendliness in the design and development of Venuepoint. Everything is organised in an intuitive manner that allows an inexperienced user to quickly pick up the most accessible features and gradually learn more. It reduces the training time and means that everyone in the organisation can quickly benefit from using the system. The system is modular based and through an enhanced user control it can give access to the various elements. User permissions can be managed at an individual or group level, so each user can have specific permissions or a group can have joint permissions. A group can, for instance, be door-to-door sales people, administration, management, etc. When the group is created, it is easy to register and unregister people.
Contact Billetlugen's sales department at email@example.com to arrange a meeting to see a presentation of Venuepoint and all its possibilities.