DTI Management has proven to give secondary market control back to the primary owners of inventory. With consolidation, software, and expertise, DTI offers properties both a product and service that is unprecedented in the industry. Partnership terms include establishing price floors and even revenue sharing. Strategically regulate the price, supply, and demand of tickets. DTI allows properties to solely focus on what they do best, growing their business.
DTI Management shares all legally allowable data. Better understand pricing, sales, and customer metrics. Data is available in real-time from any web-based platform.
DTI Management’s propriety software allows ticket sellers to quickly and easily price their inventory across multiple distribution channels. Integrations with companies such as StubHub and Ticketmaster, add credibility and breadth of sales.
Maintain your brand’s integrity by having a partnership with your secondary ticket reseller. Set rules to ensure your brand value remains strong. No one likes to see $1.00 tickets for sale.
DTI Management has unmatched distribution in the secondary industry. DTI sells tickets through well-known, established retailers with specific niches and large audiences, such as ScoreBig and StubHub.
Easily generate leads by knowing exactly what seats are occupied by secondary market purchasers. Send your reps to these low hanging prospects for up-sell and cross-sell opportunities.
DTI Management’s web-based portal enables tickets to be priced and sold in the most efficient and effective ways currently possible.
Run sales reports in real-time to see how tickets sales break down. Customizable reporting is in the pipeline for more robust sales takeaways such as percent of tickets listed for sale.
Run event profitability reports in real-time to see sold tickets, profits, and margins. In some cases, DTI shares profits because in a true partnership all parties should have a piece in the upside.
Work exclusively with one reseller rather than dealing with dozens, which negatively saturate the secondary market. One point of contact, one renewal, data sharing, market control, and more.
Take control of your secondary marketplace. Control price floors, supply, and even demand. Know your buyers and sellers of your tickets and who is in the building.