|By PR Newswire||
|November 29, 2016 05:00 PM EST|
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vendini, the company that makes the business of live events simple with industry-leading software and services, announced today the launch of the Sales Spotlight mobile app, available now for both Android and iOS devices. The new app equips venues, event organizers and promoters with critical sales and inventory metrics they can act on in real-time, helping to drive revenue and increase attendance.
Vendini continues to introduce its members to new technology, expanding the capabilities of their all-in-one solution for live events. Sales Spotlight provides Vendini members access to a mobile dashboard with multiple snapshots of present sales trends for an entire run of an event or for an individual event date, highlighting inventory status and total sales by ticket type. The dashboard views are ideal for quickly communicating updates with venue staff and external stakeholders. It also empowers decision makers to leverage the metrics to make intelligent, fact-based marketing decisions to steer sales performance and drive event attendance, ensuring that their house is always full.
"The Vendini platform allows for easy access to comprehensive sales reports, but we know that the most crucial times to check sales and inventory are often after hours, before the doors open, when staff is away from their desks," says Mark Tacchi, CEO of Vendini. "The Sales Spotlight app allows our members to access that data at any time. It's a vital tool for people managing multiple events or venues and for those who might not be able to be on-site for each event."
With the Sales Spotlight app, venue managers can access key sales metrics from their mobile device, eliminating the typical process of relying on staff to run reports from a computer. And with the multiple dashboard views, decision makers can pinpoint if sales for a particular event are lagging and use that data to execute targeted marketing efforts through social media or email blasts.
A Vendini member since 2014, located in New York's Upper West Side, the Triad Theatre is a performance venue that features a rotating schedule of off-Broadway shows, live music, movie screenings and comedy shows in an environment reminiscent of the movie palaces of the 1930's.
"Vendini offers us great service, personal attention and excellent technology at a fair price," said Peter Martin, Owner of the Triad Theatre. "With Sales Spotlight it's easy for me to check the app from my phone to quickly get detailed information about our shows and ticket sales when I'm not at the theater."
Access to insights on the Sales Spotlight app can be given to internal or external stakeholders with limited Vendini account permissions. Users can detect trends with the app's simple dashboard interface, which provides comprehensive data at a glance, including:
- Total sales of current and past shows, which can be sorted by day, week or month
- Total sales broken down by ticket type and price point (senior, adult, child, etc.)
- Current inventory of tickets displayed by quantity, percentage sold and price point
At Vendini, our mission is to make the business of live events simple. We designed our all-in-one system to help organizations easily promote events, deepen experiences with their audiences, and ultimately sell more tickets. Vendini is based in San Francisco, CA, with offices in Petaluma, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Knoxville, TN; Vancouver, BC and Gualdo Tadino, Italy.
To learn more about what the Vendini solution can do for your live event organization, please visit: https://www.vendini.com/
Julie Richter, PR & Influencer Manager
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