Tech Stack: Megatix, Lyte and more…

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

Megatix in Volt partnership

UK-headquartered fintech company Volt has launched in Australia through an integration with Megatix, a self-service ticketing platform. Megatix customers will be able to select ‘instant Bank Transfer’ as a payment option at checkout, meaning users can help vendors to bypass credit card fees while also adding a layer of protection. Vendors also receive payments much quicker to improve cash flow and business efficiency. 

Combatting fraud 

Digital ticket delivery platform True Tickets has partnered with Kentucky Performing Arts (KPA) in Louisville, the aid the delivery of tickets for its two venues: The Kentucky Center and The Brown Theatre. The new partnership will see True Tickets implement its ticketing technology with a focus on combating chargebacks and credit card fraud. KPA plans to launch True Tickets in early 2024. 

Making a splash with Konnect

Connect&Go, a provider of attractions management and RFID technology, has announced a new deal with Splash Kingdom Family Waterparks. The partnership will see Connect&Go’s Konnect integrated management system deployed across the Texas-based group of waterparks. The Konnect attractions management platform combines e-commerce, point-of-sale, access control, cashless, food and beverage, and RFID technology using proprietary virtual wallet technology and real-time data.

Lyte launches new platform

Lyte, a technology platform for fans to buy, sell and exchange tickets to live events, has launched the Lyte Returnable Ticket, an end-to-end ticketing platform. The company’s new offering marks its entry into the primary ticketing market.

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