The Activity Stream platform for Live Entertainment/Sports applies artificial intelligence to create actionable insights to provide decision support to your organization. A complete 360° real-time overview of the business based on collected and connected data, enriched and analyzed to provide you with the customer understanding and tools your organization always dreamed of.
Get the ultimate overview of sales figures and campaign performance and spot where to adjust to increase sales
Gain all the benefits from advanced tagging based on customer behavior adding knowledge from every customer interaction
Set up targeted campaigns for specific segments including messages aimed at certain behavioral traits
Discover the differences in buying patterns for different event categories, specific customer segments, etc.
Monitor data and be notified when an opportunity to improve customer experience occurs
All Activity Stream’s solutions are based on a SaaS model with a monthly subscription fee.
No hidden fees, no additional invoicing. Select the relevant tier and get started.
Full overview of ticket sales,
customers, sales channels and
< 250k tickets
Sales overviews, inventory overviews, event details, customer insights, sales channel insights, automated tracking of campaigns, segmentation tools, and customer and business notifications.
Setup costs will be invoiced by hours spent, at $125 per hour. Setup costs will never exceed 3 months subscription fee. Network-specific integration costs may apply. For organizations spanning multiple venues, multiple suborganizations or requiring custom integration or solution elements, a by-quote Enterprise model applies.
At every game, the same scenario occurred: Many empty seats at game start. Then gradually filling up during the game – even in the high-priced sections. A bad overall experience for the fans, it did not look good on TV, and it was an eyesore for the CEO.
“We saw the pattern at even high-profile, sold-out games. So we felt a strong need to discover the underlying reasons and understand the fans’ behavior,” explains the Director for Strategy & Analytics. Were people arriving late? Were they actually in the venue? Could something be done to avoid similar situations in the future?