TICKET MANAGER PROVIDES FRAUD PREVENTION, TRANSPARENCY, AND CONTROL OVER YOUR TICKETS.

John R. Moritz, former SVP of Marketing at The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (one of Forbes top 100 private companies), stole over 7,000 tickets worth $1.2 million for personal gain. Not only did Moritz defrauded his company of $1.2M but, based on average ROI, he made A&P lose over $1 billion in potential revenue.

What measures are your organization taking to ensure this isn’t happening? Ask for a free consultation and find out how Spotlight is helping companies like Coca-Cola, AT&T, MasterCard, and many others prevent corporate fraud.

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ELIMINATE COSTLY INTERNAL SYSTEMS
  • Too many firms spend inordinate sums of capital and resources maintaining a proprietary system. These systems:
    • Cost too much. More than 10x SpotlightTMS
    • Do not achieve goals
    • Staff does not use or like them
    • The data is not uniform and cannot be trusted
    • No controls to eliminate fraud
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FEDERAL COMPLIANCE AND TAX AUDITS
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CRM AND E-MAIL INTEGRATION
  • Put your tickets directly into the business software your team already uses.
  • Request tickets direct from salesforce.com. Click Here to Learn More
  • Find and request tickets straight from your Outlook inbox
  • Drive more usage with higher ROI
  • Execute a process similar to what is already being done with spends like Travel and procurement
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AD HOC PURCHASING WITH SECURITY CONTROLS
  • Staff is buying tickets all over the place and trying to qualify as “Travel and Entertainment” Expense
  • Company tickets go unused while staffers buy tickets for the same or competing events
  • The end result is a tracking nightmare
  • Check out the SpotlightTMS Ticket Portal for answers on how you can centralize and automate all purchases on our Box Office page.

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