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Boston Red Sox Go Live With Advanced ProVenue® Ticketing Platform From Tickets.com to Process First Public On-Sale for 2011 Season

December 29, 2010 No Comments

Tickets.com, a leading global provider of integrated, high-performance ticketing solutions—recently converted the Boston Red Sox to ProVenue, the industry’s most technologically advanced ticketing platform. The Red Sox upgraded to ProVenue for state-of-the-art features including the system’s ability to facilitate high-volume transactions with optimal speed and efficiency, and the technology platform’s flexible open architecture, allowing for additional applications, data management programs, and features from Tickets.com and other third parties—including a best-in-class virtual waiting room—to be easily integrated at any time.

“We are extremely pleased with the performance of ProVenue, and have great confidence that the system will meet all our consumer facing ticketing needs, as well as support our organization internally,” says Ron Bumgarner, Senior Vice President, Ticketing, the Boston Red Sox. “We have already received positive feedback from fans on the new and improved virtual waiting room, and are tremendously excited about our partnership with the Tickets.com team, and their outstanding attention to detail.”

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