Planning corporate outings to Indians’ games and Playhouse Square events used to mean purchasing tickets, creating platforms for internal sales, developing social media and marketing strategies and collecting money. Thanks to Groupmatics’ software, simplicity reigns.
Tyler Village’s newest tenant, Groupmatics, has developed white label group ticketing software for selling and merchandising tickets for sports teams and entertainment venues.
What does this mean when coordinating events? Ease of operation. Groupmatics Founder and CEO Matt Mastrangelo explains that “if a company is planning an outing to an Indians’ game, they can customize their tickets, utilize our promotional tools and social media, select the tickets being offered, handle payment and electronically deliver the tickets to their employees all by using our software.”
Groupmatics currently has licensing agreements with over 200 sports teams and venues including the Cleveland Indians, Quicken Loans Arena, Playhouse Square and the Akron Rubber Ducks and is in partnership with Ticketmaster and Major League Baseball.
Originally located in Highland Heights, the company relocated to Tyler Village as it witnessed its employee base expanding from exclusively east side residents to those living in the west and south sides of town. “We wanted a location near downtown with easy in-and-out of town access and parking. Finding a turnkey office space that provided room for expansion was also a consideration. Tyler met all of our requirements. It has everything to offer,”Mastrangelo says.
Groupmatics’ 2,700 square foot offices are in Building 44 of Tyler Village. For more information visit www.groupmatics.com.