Agile Ticketing Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives

Agile Ticketing

Live event ticket management application

4.47/5 (15 reviews)

Agile Ticketing overview

Agile Ticketing provides enterprise-grade ticketing for various types of live performances, addressing the needs of theaters, universities, cinemas, and live theaters, among other organizations. The application can be customized to suit a wide range of businesses. Agile Ticketing runs on the Windows platform and works with a variety of popular ticketing hardware devices.

In addition to event ticketing, Agile Ticketing offers a wide range of customizable solutions for gate control and concession sales, allowing users to employ the software throughout their facilities. Users can also sell memberships, gift cards, and season passes. The app extends beyond an online and POS ticketing system to include social media marketing and full-scale CRM functionality.

Agile Ticketing produces an array of reports, including auto-syndicate reporting, real-time accounting, and film statistics (with third-party support for Rentrak). Agile Ticketing is customized to suit specific organizations, and it includes a wide range of modules that can be tailored to fit a plethora of purposes.
www.agiletix.com

Pricing

Starting from
$500/month
Pricing options
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Subscription
Value for money
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Devices

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Markets

United States

Supported languages

English
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Agile Ticketing reviews

Value for money
Features
Ease of use
Customer support
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  4.9
Alicia White

Exceptionally robust ticketing platform to meet needs both large and small.

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-04-24
Review Source: Capterra

We were able to improve the patron experience in ticket purchase and use; as well as easily train our box office team to use the product. This product also delivered significant improvements in reporting - ticketing information, sales/finance reconciliation, etc.; and so much more.We had a very long list of specific criteria we were looking for in a new ticketing system. While no system is perfect, nor does everything, Agile certainly met the most of our needs to the best extent compared others. - Overall it's a very robust tool with many features you can use (or choose not to use) to meet your needs for events large or small. - It provides lots of detailed reports to meet a broad cross-section of organisational needs (whether box office, marketing, finance, etc.) - Agile provides a comprehensive series of online training sessions, webinars and documentation accessible any time. - Our cashiers found it easy to learn and use. - It's very flexible, in the most minuscule ways, so that you can customise it to meet your organisational needs and your individual event needs incredibly specifically. - Their tech/support team is very friendly, helpful, and highly responsive. They respond quickly, and do their best to find the optimal solution. - They do not assume their tool does everything: they provide regular system updates to meet customer needs. They are regularly in touch with their customers to assess what people are looking for regarding changes/upgrades and they do their best to incorporate that information in each iteration. - Their sales team is incredibly friendly, patient, helpful and understanding. They listened to our concerns, and answered our many questions, and worked with us to find the best contract possible for everyone.

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Ramya Anugu

What is Agile and Why Does It Matter?

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2017-12-04
Review Source: Software Advice

Responding to Change Perhaps the biggest advantage Agile development practices bring to development teams and businesses in general is its emphasis on responding to change and focus on working on projects that matter when they matter. Agile methods don’t force us to attempt to divine the future in 9, 12, or 24-month projections. A properly-oriented Agile team has a list of the most important things they can work on; when they finish the most important thing on that list, they move to the next most important thing…and so on, ad infinitum. This type of focus has many benefits: Customers get solutions to the problems they value most, sooner Stakeholders can prioritize things in a progressive fashion reflecting actual market conditions at a given time Developers feel valued, since they’re working on things that actually matter and will receive frequent in-depth feedback from the very people using the product (ideally, at least). Accepting Uncertainty The second biggest source of value Agile development brings to an organization is that its practices accept the fact we don’t know everything about a project when we first start.This is in stark contrast to more “traditional” stage-gate and waterfall approaches, where requirements are expected to be “complete” before anyone so much as touches a keyboard to type their first line of code. Agile instead accepts that we will discover more information as we go on; we may find a particular technical solution doesn’t meet the needs of customers, or we might discover there’s an entirely different problem underneath the stated problem, and by solving problem we can solve not just the proposed issue, but other customer concerns as well. Applying Agile principles to our approach allows us to accept the unknown and prioritize discovery and experimentation to drive out uncertainty before we fully commit to a solution. Faster Review Cycles In order for teams to be both accepting of uncertainty and responsive to change, there’s a need for rapid iteration and cyclical, comprehensive reviews as work is completed — to ensure that new discoveries are contemplated and current efforts are evaluated. Most Agile practices either time-box efforts (Scrum) or control the amount of “work in progress” (Kanban) to ensure efforts are completed within a reasonable amount of time. Those efforts are then reviewed with customers or customer proxies (such as internal services teams or stakeholder teams). The focus on ensuring prompt reviews and feedback from actual users (or as close to the user as you can get) addresses the most common failings of waterfall approaches — the delivery of a product nobody really wants or likes after a 6-9 month closed development cycle. Greater Flexibility in Releasing Features In addition to faster cycles of review with customers or customer proxies, the focus on delivering working software in time-boxed or effort-boxed iterations of work provides the business as a whole more flexibility in when product should be delivered to end users. In more traditional approaches, releases occur when all the planned work is completed…or, even worse, on a date set by stakeholders regardless of how polished the actual work is on that date. Agile approaches, on the other hand, provide sufficient functionality Less Up-Front Work Prior to the advent of Agile development methodologies, not only did product requirements attempt to predict what would be needed in 6-9 months, but they also attempted to be an encyclopedic contract outlining and detailing nearly every single aspect of a product’s design and development. It was not uncommon to see Product Requirements Documents (“PRDs”) and Technical Requirements Documents (“Specs”) exceeding fifty or more pages and outlining specific deliverables developers would use as checklists of exactly what to deliver — nothing more and nothing less. Agile instead focuses us on defining and prioritizing problems to solve; collaborating with our developers to design, specify, and revise work needs to be done; and to exert only the amount of effort needed to move a product or project to its next phase. Incurring high up-front costs in investigation, documentation, and contract negotiation is anathematic to the fundamental beliefs outlined in the Manifesto.

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Mindy Fernandez

Agile is an excellent solution to the ticketing world that has truly helped advance our university.

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-04-11
Review Source: Capterra

Please refer to the section on Pros.Agile Ticketing Solutions is an in depth and advanced ticketing solution that serves our university for a wide range of events from high profile external concerts/events to athletic games, theatre productions, music concerts, student-run events... The customer service is top-notch and always readily available to assist us with all our needs. The software itself is very user-friendly. The tutorials and training webinars are valuable tools that teach us and enable us to do things for ourselves.

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caroline sorokoff

extremely positive! We have used it for 5+ years and it continues to grow to meet our evolving needs

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-04-11
Review Source: Capterra

so far I am very pleasedAgile is flexible and user friendly and allows us to effectively and clearly promote dozens of events at a time. It has a better layout than the majority of other ticketing websites we have looked at which makes the user experience more positive (thus resulting in more sales). As our festival has grown, and our needs have changed, it has evolved with us. We are very happy with the product and especially the customer service which is excellent.

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Rene Bouchard

The software has saved us countless data entry hours and generally delivers on a spectrum of needs.

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-04-10
Review Source: Capterra

Having a hosted system that is constantly evolving is so much better than an installed system that would need to be manually upgraded. Communication with DPO allows us to capture the member/donor info we want and need without having to do additional data entry. Customer service is excellent.The API communication between Agile and DPO saves us so much time, as well as the communication between the event ticketing configuration and our calendar and website.

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Agile Ticketing pricing

Starting from
$500/month
Pricing options
Free trial
Subscription
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Pricing starts of $500 per business, per month. Custom plans are available from Agile Ticketing.

Agile Ticketing features

API
Customizable Reporting

Activity Dashboard (168 other apps)
Activity Tracking (123 other apps)
Automatic Notifications (161 other apps)
Automatic Reminders (160 other apps)
CRM Integration (113 other apps)
Calendar Management (146 other apps)
Custom Fields (128 other apps)
Customer Database (118 other apps)
Customizable Branding (150 other apps)
Customizable Templates (130 other apps)
Data Import/Export (148 other apps)
Electronic Payments (114 other apps)
Email Integration (148 other apps)
Email Templates (109 other apps)
Mobile Integration (119 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (169 other apps)
Social Media Integration (127 other apps)
Third Party Integration (166 other apps)

Additional information for Agile Ticketing

Key features of Agile Ticketing

  • Event tracking
  • Event calendar
  • Ticket management
  • Professional Services Automation
  • Live event management
  • Gift card system
  • Social network marketing
  • Social advertising
  • Facebook ticketing
  • Concessions and merchandise management
  • Customizable reporting
  • Real-time reporting
  • Multiple format support
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Benefits

- Manage ticketing and memberships from the intuitive Agile Ticketing interface.
- Perform full-scale point-of-sale functions alongside ticket sales
- Run detailed reports and send viewership statistics to Rentrak transactional media measurement services.
- Sell tickets at the venue, on the Web, and via social media using the same system.
- Create custom ticket sales regiments and membership types with Agile Ticketing’s scalable, brand-able interface.