Outbox NEWS.

January 2nd, 2015

Outbox Axs, Beyond Ticketing

By The Outbox Team

Outbox Enterprises could already count international promoter Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) as one of its partners. Last November, this partnership was expanded by merging the activities of AXS, up to then a wholly-owned entity of AEG, within Outbox Enterprises, creating Outbox AXS LLC.

Outbox AXS LLC, is a global force in the U.S., Canada, and Europe and is committed to building capabilities around the entire fan-event lifecycle. Our passionate team uses the latest technologies to offer ticketing services, digital marketing, venue websites and apps, in-venue payment solutions, and reporting and analytics. Outbox AXS provides fans the opportunity to purchase tickets directly from their favorite venues via a user-friendly ticketing interface. We serve all phases of the event lifecycle beyond just ticketing, through our consumer facing website, AXS.com and the AXS App. The company now employs over 275 employees.

July 9th, 2014

Outbox Expedites Event Ticket Validation and Ease of Entry with Infinite Peripherals™ Linea Pro® Mobile Devices

Mobile ticket and wristband scanning solution used in more than 100 major concert and sports venues in 20 countries

 

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill., Jul 08, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- A global leader in the management, marketing and sale of live event tickets for arenas, stadiums, theaters and clubs, Outbox Technology CRB Inc. uses the Linea Pro from Infinite Peripherals, Inc(IPC), the leading developer of mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) devices, to more efficiently and accurately conduct business around the world and get event-goers in the door and in their seats quickly.                                        

IPC’s first-to-market iOS peripheral barcode scanner and magnetic stripe reader, the Linea Pro attaches to an Apple® iPod touch® or iPhone® and runs on custom software to validate tickets and RFID wristbands in real time for event access. Outbox created its own proprietary iOS app, Event N3™, that is used to scan tickets using 1D or 2D barcodes, credit cards or RFID wristbands.                                        

“The Linea Pro leverages the Apple hardware in a novel way, giving us access to the iOS platform and converting a consumer device into an effective enterprise-level solution,” said Eric O. Brousseau, product manager for access control at Outbox. “In addition to the ‘wow factor’ here compared with conventional industrial handheld devices, the Linea Pro lets us leverage the iOS platform to develop state-of-the-art solutions.”                                        

Based in Montreal, Canada, and with offices in Los Angeles and London, Outbox has deployed this mobile ticket and wristband scanning solution in more than 100 major concert and sports venues in 20 countries,  including Staples Center in Los Angeles, Target Center in Minneapolis, Caesars® Palace Colosseum in Las Vegas and the O2 Arena in London. To date, the company has used the devices to scan more than 60 million tickets.                                        

Brousseau noted that the compact Linea Pro system, which is more powerful, versatile and cost-effective than its previous handheld devices, has earned universal positive reviews. “Our employees find this solution lighter and more user-friendly, with more wireless connectivity options (WiFi and wireless) and media read capabilities.”                                        

The Linea Pro comes also can be used in various settings for mobile POS, expediting inventory management, asset tracking, ID verification, lead tracking, inspection/work flow, dispatch, time/labor and lab and healthcare. Software development resources and tools are available for the product so customers can program scanner and reader functions into their own software application.                                        

November 25th, 2013

Monty Python Reunion Tickets Sell Out in 43 Seconds, at London O2

Robert Dex, THE INDEPENDENT

The remaining members of Monty Python have announced four more shows after their reunion at London's O2 sold out in less than a minute.
 

The veteran comedy troupe - John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones - announced they were getting back together last week.

A spokesman for the Pythons said the 1 July event sold out in 43.5 seconds this morning and tickets for four further shows had immediately gone on sale.

The concerts at the venue in Greenwich, southeast London, come more than 30 years after their last stage performance.

Speaking at last week's press conference, they said they would include some of their most famous routines including the dead parrot sketch.

Their last major live show was at the Hollywood Bowl in 1982.

 

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