The team decided to whip up a quick graphic on Xylo Cloud Ticketing‘s achievements after it’s first 6 months on the market. In case you’ve not heard of it yet, Xylo is a cloud ticketing platform DreamOval released in August 2013 with a simple aim: Make Ticketing Simple. Here’s a quick look at how far we got in that mission.
Say Hello To Buddy!
After months of planning and building, the myTXTbuddy Team would like to announce the release of a new and improved myTXTbuddy!
With the new myTXTbuddy we’ve focused on innovating to provide you with a simpler and more efficient experience. With the new website and application, we’ve taken a serious effort in rebuilding the MTB experience from the ground up. We’ve redesigned to make it easier for you to find the necessary information on the website and make it as simple as possible for you to send messages to multiple contacts. Continue reading
This launch marks the dawn of a new age of cloud ticketing. With Xylo, you the event organizer can easily publish and sell your tickets online. With Xylo as your lens, you the individual can check out upcoming events and purchase tickets easily from your PC or mobile device.
It’s time ticketing got a makeover. Experience:
- 24/7 sales,
- Rapid check-ins,
- Live sales monitoring,
- Event attendee data,
- Sales report generation,
..and more stress-reduction from Xylo. Event ticketing can really be that simple.
Head on over to http://www.xylo.mobi to check out available tickets for purchase or register your own event tickets for sale. To inquire about event registration or ticket sales contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0303-411045/0263775030
In the past two decades, core banking systems have evolved from a decentralized architecture to a service oriented one. This presentation explores what has motivated this change and sheds some light on the next frontier of banking. It also provides insight into how DreamOval has prepared for this future with a stack of Open Source technologies tailored for the African Market.
<div style="margin-bottom:5px"> <strong> <a href="http://www.slideshare.net/henrysampson/big-data-banking-customer-vs" title="Big Data Banking: Customer vs. Accounting" target="_blank">Big Data Banking: Customer vs. Accounting</a> </strong> from <strong><a href="http://www.slideshare.net/henrysampson" target="_blank">Henry Sampson</a></strong> </div>
The rise in popularity of computing and internet use have been universally hailed as signs of great progress. Computers and the Internet are now used extensively in both our personal and work lives and have served to both increase our productivity, and expand our capacity for innovation in multiple sectors. However, there is also a dark side to computers and internet use that must be recognized and dealt with. For as with most human developments, if it can be used for good, it can most certainly be used for evil as well.
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