The Lowry, Quaytickets team up with Adyen to support the arts sector

Thursday 16 July 2020 09:33 CET | News

Adyen has announced its partnership with UK-based arts venue The Lowry and its ticketing agency Quaytickets.

The Lowry sells over 500,000 tickets annually, welcomes over a million visitors each year, and operates on behalf of 40 other venues via its ticketing platform Quaytickets. The Lowry is committed to supporting the entertainment and visitor attraction industries, as the sector reopens, by ensuring it delivers the best possible customer experiences while helping its partners rebuild. To achieve this, The Lowry and Quaytickets are working with Adyen, implementing its unified platform to reduce operational complexity by providing them with a single payment solution online and across all venues.

All Quaytickets partners will enjoy higher card authorisation rates, data-driven fraud prevention, and a range of payment methods to welcome customers from around the world. Customer insights will help them develop a deeper understanding of visitors and create personalised experiences across channels.

To further revamp its technology, Quaytickets has also launched a new API-driven ticketing platform, SRO provided by SeatGeek, with which Adyen is fully integrated. The new booking system is completely customisable and can reduce labour-intensive jobs for the Quaytickets team. Customers will benefit from easier navigation across venues, tickets, prices, and special offers.

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