Cooperation in the international ticketing market
Wiener Neustadt, December 20, 2018 – keyper and oxynade have agreed a strategic cooperation in the field of e-ticketing. The aim of the cooperation is to offer an integrated end-to-end solution consisting of white labeled ticketing technology and the controlled digital distribution of tickets in order to counter the increasing problems of the current secondary market.
keyper has a unique digital software service focused on unpaid or paid ticket transfers. In addition, this is a solution that also occupies a leading position on the international market and is characterized by state-of-the-art technology and an open system platform. The fully functional system is constantly adapted to the latest requirements of the market and further developed.
The demand for integrated B2B white label ticketing solutions will continue to increase in the upcoming years as fragmentation and consolidation continues. Keyper and oxynade provide customers with two ultra and hyper customizable technologies that are totally syncronized and bring additional value. The strategic partnership between keyper and oxynade targets the entire European and international market, giving both companies an important competitive advantage in expanding their international business.
keyper operates as a SaaS provider and offers on the basis of its own software service solution a secure and customer-specifically controlled transfer of rights (eg tickets) in digital and mobile form. keyper was founded in 2014 and its headquarter is in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
Oxynade, headquartered in Ghent – Belgium, acts as an eTaaS (eTicketing as a Service) provider specifically focused on delivering this modular architecture to ticketing agencies and ticketing distributors. Based on the Oxynade white label ultra-scalable platform, which has an API first orientation, those companies are able to accelerate their growth into multiple (additional) market segments without the need to invest further in development and technology.