The ShoWare™ Complete Ticketing Software is a full service, real-time hosted solution that was developed to redefine how facilities and event planners sell tickets to their patrons. Although the traditional ticketing systems have worked for many years, facilities have begun to look for new alternatives that will allow them to regain control of their ticketing services, patron satisfaction, and revenues.

The ShoWare™ product line caters to both large and small venues. For organizations that want to control their own in-house ticketing operations, ShoWare™ offers a complete range of innovative and reliable ticketing software systems. As an alternative to "outsourcing" box office ticket operations, our licensed ticketing software offers the benefit of total in-house control, private labeling, and content management. ShoWare™ is also one of the only PCI-DSS Level 1 Certified ticketing systems on the market today. Being Level 1 Certified means ShoWare™ meets the highest levels of security to protect you and your patrons. Take a look and find out how you can simplify your ticket selling process and create a whole new revenue stream with little-to no upfront costs.


Puyallup Fair & Events Center Extends Use of ShoWare Ticketing System

The Puyallup Fair & Events Center (home of the Western Washington Fair and the Spring Fair in Puyallup), Puyallup, Wash., recently announced that it is expanding its use of the ShoWare Complete Ticketing Software to become its primary ticketing system. The fair implemented ShoWare in September for an e-ticketing solution.

“We’ve tried other e-ticketing solutions in previous years, but we found they were too limited and were preventing us from
rolling out our ticketing plans in a larger way. ShoWare allowed for overall greater functionality and capabilities in e-ticketing and fits nicely with our short-term and long-term objectives,” stated Puyallup Fair Web Manager Amy Russell.

The Puyallup Fair currently uses ShoWare for online discounts, rides, and advance ticket sales. Customer service calls for ticketing went down significantly due to the system’s user-friendly order process. The fair will be adding concert tickets to the mix.

The Puyallup Fair will complete the first phase of the ShoWare expansion in time for its Spring Fair, held April 14-17, 2011. Other parts of the ticket expansion will be rolled out in anticipation of the Puyallup Fair held Sept. 9-25, 2011.