AS Monaco modernises its ticketing


EuroLeague team AS Monaco Basket has collaborates with Wiremind as its exclusive ticketing partner, a move which it says will strategically bolster revenue growth. 

Wiremind is the provider of Eventori, its next-gen ticketing solution which centralises all essential data such as sales, revenue, occupancy, and access control.

Wiremind says the stand-out feature of Eventori is its advanced back-office, which allows event organisers to easily set up every aspect of ticket sales.

Importantly, Eventori will integrate with the club’s existing CRM. This integration is critical as it allows the club to cater to their fans with more precision.

Just the ticket

“Wiremind’s commitment to modernising and reinventing ticketing operations aligns perfectly with our vision at AS Monaco Basket,” said Violaine Morand, Head of Ticketing at AS Monaco Basket.

Further, Eventori’s access control tool means the AS Monaco Basket can expedite attendee check-ins at the stadium while ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of ticketing data and journeys.

They’ve crafted a system that keeps things simple while staying focused on what really matters – making the ticketing process a breeze for our supporters,” added Morand.

The website features a secure payment module, enhassle-free transactions, and a user-friendly ticketing module.

Ramping up

AS Monaco Basket participates across various international basketball competitions, including matches, playoffs, and the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague.

It is this increasing portfolio of competitions in which the club plays which has driven a renewed focus on advanced ticketing systems.

“We are incredibly proud to work with such a prestigious partner as AS Monaco Basket, which has done amazing work in recent years,” said Colin Girault-Matz, co-founder and CEO at Wiremind.

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