AXS, a leading ticketing and digital media platform has been recognized as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in North America by Deloitte as part of their 2016 Technology Fast 500.
In 2006, the Cleveland Cavaliers made a big trade, becoming one of the first professional sports teams to begin phasing out traditional paper tickets in favor of Flash Seats® digital…
Cleveland Cavs VP of Ticket Operations explains how his team went from all paper tickets to reaching 98 percent digital ticket adoption
Teams are putting incredible investment and time into enhancing the game-day experience for fans. Here’s how digital tickets, like Flash Seats®, can support their efforts.
Experiencing a negative spiral of objections as a result of your move to digital tickets? Use these simple responses to help you turn digital ticketing naysayers into your biggest advocates
As you build a checklist of “must-haves” and “nice-to-haves” for your new ticketing system, consider adding these seven features to your checklist to ensure that you find the best possible solution for your organization.
Ticket selfies have become the norm on social media. While these photos are posted in good fun, things can take a turn for the worse when scammers try to copy and counterfeit the tickets. Fortunately, there’s a solution to this growing issue: ID-based, digital tickets.
The University of South Alabama has partnered with AXS to deliver fans a more convenient ticketing experience and enhanced customer service. It is the third Sun Belt Conference school to join the growing list of colleges and universities using the AXS Ticketing platform.
A key figure in the FC Dallas organization, Kris Katseanes, VP of Ticket Sales, shares his sales strategy for 2015 and his thoughts on where MLS is headed.
ULM AD Brian Wickstrom enters his third year leading the athletic department with a bright outlook. After building momentum last year and breaking ground on a new facility, he is sharing his plans for elevating community engagement even more for the 2015-16 season.
With the 2015-16 college athletics season approaching, there’s no better time than the present to think about goals for the upcoming year.