Oxynade by SecuTix, the Belgium-based SaaS Ticketing Platform provider, has won several new clients following its offer at the start of the COVID-19 crisis to use the platform for free.

With the live entertainment sector continuing to face difficult challenges, Oxynade is reopening its aid package to help more businesses, alongside launching a new seating map feature.

The new clients who have already taken advantage of Oxynade’s aid package include B-Concept’s new ticketing service ‘TixTaq’ (based in Thailand), Sollidd in the Netherlands, Cleverpass in the UK, MuchenTicket in Germany, Eventbilleten in Denmark and Crewnet in Denmark.

Using Oxynade’s software, B-Concept Media Entertainment Group, an event production and management company, has successfully launched its new ticketing brand TixTaq, saving hundreds of hours of development time and money associated with building a ticketing platform from the ground up. The company also continues to save time as the platform is being constantly updated and managed by Oxynade’s team of developers.

The offer is open to both established ticketing companies who want to use a state of the art ticketing platform and ticketing professionals who want to start their own ticketing business, without the costs and the risks a start-up usually entails.

Called ‘Seating First’, the new seat map feature launched today will allow ticket buyers to check the seat map, see the available capacity of the event and select their preferred seat, all in one step at the start of their customer journey. The second step will show the linked ticket prices, registration and checkout.

There are a limited number of places, and interested parties should apply through oxynade.com before the 31st December 2020. Selected applicants must agree to a multi-year contract with Oxynade by SecuTix. In return, there will be no monthly licensing costs and no other ticket fees charged until April 2021.