Vendini, a company that provides all-in-one solution for event management, recently announced that its Website Manager solution is now available.
A mobile-first website tool, Vendini Website Manager enables increased sales of tickets by creating websites with faster navigation. The newly created events are updated on the website in no time, avoiding any duplicate entry process and wastage of time spent on HTML updates. A venue can start selling tickets the moment an event is created. The patrons can buy event tickets via their phones, tablets, Macs or PCs.
"The box office experience is no longer about being tethered to a computer," said Mark Tacchi, Vendini president and CEO. "We help our customers sell to an increasingly mobile patron who wants a quick and seamless buying experience -- both online and in the box office. Vendini Website Manager eliminates one of the most time consuming aspects of venue websites: updating events. With Vendini, events are dynamically populated on your website once they are created so there's no duplicate entry process, no time spent on HTML updates, and you can start selling tickets immediately as events are created."
Vendini claims that many organizations utilize its solutions for event promotion, ticket sales, box office management, and event logistics. The company counts many top arts, festivals, and sports venues among its customers.
In related news, Vendini recently announced several new easy-to-use advancements to its ticketing and events system, Vendini Siteline, which quickly and cost effectively provides venues with a complete website that fully integrates with their ticketing system.
Enhanced search engine optimization means Vendini SiteLine websites hit the top of Google search engines, and are also fully integrated with social media channels including Facebook, Twitter (News - Alert), YouTube, Instagram, Foursquare, and Yelp. To make live events simpler, Vendini SiteLine makes it easier for Vendini members to make changes to content on their website, has more available widgets, and is responsive across more platforms with its newly added tablet size support.
Edited by Adam Brandt