Tech Stack: Transactions, streaming and dynamic pricing

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Our weekly tech round-up from the world of ticketing and associated industries…

Riskified improves transaction approval rates

Mobile ticket marketplace app Gametime has selected software company Riskified and its machine-learning platform to accurately identify and approve legitimate orders. The platform will also block fraudulent attempts and protect Gametime against chargebacks. Due in part to implementing Riskified’s solution, Gametime has since reported a 1.5% increase in transaction success rates.

For the streaming fans 

India’s BookMyShow Stream, which is the television on-demand streaming platform form booking and entertainment platform BookMyShow, has partnered with ITV Studios to bring global and British entertainment to Indian fans. This will include some of the British studio’s most popular titles over the next three years. Both BookMyShow and BookMyShow Stream will feature a dedicated ‘ITV Studios’ widget. 

Halo partners with ExCel London

Halo Solutions’ incident and risk management platform, Halo System, has been integrated at ExCel London (pictured) as part of a new partnership. The system is already used at 1,800 events across the UK and provides live-action updates on all incidents, tasks and venue checks, linking with ExCel’s in-house teams and controllers. 

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Dynamic pricing integration

Vatic, a provider of dynamic pricing tools for the performing arts and ticketing industries, has announced a partnership with PatronManager, a CRM platform. 

Sean Kelly, founder of Vatic, said: “Vatic’s automated integration with PatronManager has been in beta for a number of months with our clients The Second City, Theater Latté Da, and Boston Gay Men’s Chorus and we are so grateful for their support.”