Open-source ticket selling and event management platform

Open-source ticket selling and event management platform

https://www.attendize.com

Demo Event Page: http://attendize.website/e/1/acmes-amazing-demo-event

Attendize is an open-source event ticketing and event management application built using the Laravel PHP framework. Attendize was created to offer event organisers a simple solution to managing general admission events, without paying extortionate service fees.

PLEASE NOTE: Attendize is still in the early stages development and therefore is likely to contain bugs. Be wary about using Attendize in a production environment.

Features

  • Beautiful mobile friendly event pages
  • Easy attendee management — Refunds, Messaging etc.
  • Data export — attendees list to XLS, CSV etc.
  • Generate print friendly attendee list
  • Ability to manage unlimited organisers / events
  • Manage multiple organisers
  • Real-time event statistics
  • Customizable event pages
  • Multiple currency support
  • Quick and easy checkout process
  • Customizable tickets — with QR codes, organiser logos etc.
  • Fully brandable — Have your own logos on tickets etc.
  • Affiliate tracking
  • track sales volume / number of visits generated etc.
  • Widget support — embed ticket selling widget into existing websites / WordPress blogs.
  • Social sharing
  • Accept payments with stripe
  • Refund payments — partial refund & full refunds
  • Ability to add service charge to tickets
  • Messaging — eg. Email all attendees with X ticket

Upcoming Features

  • IOS/Android check-in / door management apps
  • Coupon/ discount code support
  • Support for more payment providers
  • WordPress Plug-in
  • Public event listings page for organisers
  • Custom fields during checkout
  • Easier editing of event page layout

Official Documentation

Limited Documentation available at https://www.attendize.com/documentation.php. Github will be updated with more comprehensive documentation soon.


Originally published at www.laravelfeed.com.

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