SeatGeek and Activity Stream today announced a partnership that will allow SeatGeek clients the ability to use Activity Stream to discover additional data insights.
Launching with Cork Opera House, who will serve as the pilot, the two teams recently kicked off the integration project, which will enable SeatGeek’s SRO clients to be set up with the Activity Stream service in a matter of weeks, following the completion of the integration.
“At SeatGeek we want to empower our clients to use technology to make the smartest business decisions,” said James McClure, SeatGeek’s International GM. “Ticketing is a crucial aspect of every arts and sports organisation that we work with, and we want our clients to be able to seamlessly bring together tools and services, all to improve customer experience, sales, and marketing.”
The two companies will initially work to map out the data structures and the business interpretation of data flows. Following that the Activity Stream team will set up data ingestion and transformation scripts and structures.
“We are very excited to add SRO to our list of integrated partners,” says Martin Gammeltoft of Activity Stream. “With SeatGeek’s long list of prominent clients, we feel that this is a great match for our services. We look forward to empowering SeatGeek’s clients.”
SeatGeek (est. in 2009) is a mobile-focused ticket platform that enables users to buy and sell tickets for live sports, concerts and theater events. SeatGeek allows both mobile app and desktop users to browse events, view interactive color-coded seat maps, complete purchases, and receive electronic or print tickets.