We’re not sure, but we know it is fewer than it takes to process a ticket order.
Here’s the deal: most box office software systems for community theaters require far too many clicks to process a ticket order. In speaking with community theaters, we often ask how many clicks it takes to process a box office ticket order? After they think about it, typical answers are 5 to 8.
If your box office software requires more than three or four clicks to process a ticket order, I’ll bet you have long lineups of impatient ticket buyers just before the event, or you are forced to have several people handling the ticket selling process.
TicketPeak requires three clicks to process a reserved seating ticket: 1) Click the seat; 2) Click “Take Cash”, 3) Click Print Ticket.
OK, here is a bit more software lightbulb humor, courtesy of www.lightbulbjokes.com:
Q: How many software engineers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: That’s a hardware problem. Or
A: One, but if he changes it, the whole building will probably fall down.
Q: How many technical support personnel does it take to change a light bulb?
A: We have an exact copy of the light bulb here, and it seems to be working fine. Can you tell me what kind of system you have? OK. Now, exactly how dark is it? OK. There could be four or five things wrong… Have you tried the light switch?
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