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Comedy Show Goes With High-Tech Tickets

Patrons of Saturday night’s Captains of Comedy show at Norwalk City Hall’s Concert Hall will not only get an evening of top-notch New York City comedy. They also get to be part of high-tech ticket selling.

The standup comedy show features outstanding talents and top comic performers who, in addition to doing standup, have written and performed for shows on MTV, Comedy Central and NBC. Past shows have featured performers who are regulars on “The Daily Show” and have performed at political conventions.

Since the show's debut four years ago, the Brien McMahon High School NJROTC group sponsoring it as a fundraiser has printed about 1,100 tickets per show. With increasing printing costs, the nonprofit needed a cost-effective method for providing tickets as well as an efficient way to track and validate them. Enter IntelliTrack and a custom-built barcode ticket validation application.

To fulfill Captains of Comedy’s need for electronic ticketing, IntelliTrack’s ticket application generates a unique barcode label in addition to providing a history for each ticket sold. This is invaluable at show time: As tickets are scanned, the barcodes are validated and checked for duplicate scans. It also allows people to purchase their tickets online and print them at home, reducing the need to distribute and collect tickets from sales outlets, as well as cutting down on the number of tickets sold at the door.

IntelliTrack helps Captains of Comedy save money in printing costs and invalid tickets. That’s more money for a charitable cause, so students can do even more great things for their community.

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