Are you looking for an event and ticket system that is geared to handle the many different challenges and restrictions that have arisen in the wake of the corona crisis?
Do you need your guests to be able to seat themselves while the distance requirements are met? Then read this blog post here we unveil our latest improvements in our Place Card System!
In this blog post, we would like to highlight a possible GDPR-related issue we see in many of our customers’ ticket modules.
live/BACKEND has just been ISAE 3000 certified. To give you insight into how we make sure that everything is up to code, our in-house GDPR-expert has written a detailed account of how we handle your data.
The design of the monthly payout report has been improved, and now includes a clear and understandable overview of all ticket sales revenue and live/BACKEND expenses.
In the resource module, the overview has now become even better with a brand new UI. The new UI allows you to manage your resources on an hourly basis, which gives you greater flexibility and clarity about when the different resources are booked.
We continue to work on improving the new seat map, which will result in a seat map solution that is easy for end users to navigate and super easy for you to manage.
The beta release of the live/BACKEND Staff App is coming closer, and after invaluable feedback from live/BACKEND users, it has been upgraded in a number of areas. See here what it can and how it will improve your planning of duty rosters in the future.
The brand new seat map module is under construction and will continuously take over many of the old seat map module’s features in a new improved edition. Get more information on focus areas in the first version as well as the overall plan for the new seat map module.
Read more about the possibility of creating a separate webshop via live/BACKEND. The solution is based on WooCommerce, and can be tailored to the individual site. Roskilde Festival used this opportunity to sell food and drink vouchers.