Movie Ticket Template Movie Ticket Template
You will find that some Ticket Printing Companies will either print raffle tickets or event tickets. These are generally smaller companies that print tickets on a pre-printed background that is set up to be raffle tickets or event tickets but not both. If you find a site that does not have what you are looking for keep looking as most needs can be met by the major ticket printing companies. The typical nonprofit fundraiser goes something like this: Someone on the board has an entertainment connection or gets an artist to donate services. A suitable venue and date are secured. A ticket price is decided. Someone uses a ticket template on their Microsoft Word and prints up a bunch of tickets on fluorescent Astro-Brite cardstock at Kinkos. Someone contacts the local newspaper and gets the event listed.
If youre lucky and your town is small enough and they need to fill space they might even write an article about you. You may create posters get radio/TV spots and you place these strategically where you think your target is likely to be. You distribute tickets to your members to sell and wait for the money to roll in. Members turn in unsold tickets on the day and you sell whatever you can at the gate. Sounds OK right? What if I told you this scenario is fraught with gotchas that will impact your bottom line? What are the gotchas? Here are some potential issues: When its set up as described above there is less possibility of reserved seats because how can you know ahead and in general which people can sell which particular seats. Event patrons especially time-strapped people and the elderly are willing to pay more for reserved seats.
Theres nothing quite as annoying as a text-only ticketing system. At the very least technicians should be able to paste in screenshots. Put RTF or HTML compatibility (for instance) in your main ticket body and theyll be able to attach/link files and objects to show auditors and trainees exactly how something went wrong what to look for and how to fix it. The only thing worse than spending half an hour transcribing a set of immensely long error messages is paying your top technicians to be a typing pool. Customisable interface. A good ticket application will be able to adapt to any business. But by the same token it will have a lot of features and extras that you may not need right this second. Check to make sure that your Service Desk is able to tweak the presentation and flow of their most heavily used interface to tune it precisely for your requirements and squeeze an extra ten to fifty percent speed out of it.