Ticketing expert Tymes4 joins the FBIN Business Network

The leading Dutch ticketing provider is the latest addition to the global football business network.

Ormer ICT is well established Dutch ICT firm with over 200 employees. From one of the company’s three branches, a ticketing technology unit emerged, delivering our Tymes4 ticketing platform. Tymes4 has been developed specifically for professional football organizations and helps clubs and associations to grow revenue, bring efficiency and build fan engagement. The open solution is designed to interact and integrate in the complex software eco-system of modern-day football.

After launching with Conference League finalist Feyenoord Rotterdam, within three years Tymes4 has become the most used ticketing platform in Dutch professional football. Amongst many others, clubs like FC Twente, Vitesse and FC Utrecht have chosen Tymes4 to fulfil the ticketing part within their best-of-breed digital approach. Also, the Royal Belgian Football Association are amongst the great clients that work with the Tymes4 ticketing platform.

Tymes4 will use the channels and formats as well as the events of FBIN for being present in the relevant target group and communicate about their latest developments.

One part of the membership is an online Power Session “How to get the most out of your season ticket sales?”, taking place this Thursday, 7 July. Start is at 10am CEST and participation is free after registering.

“We are very happy to become part of the great FBIN network. We look forward engaging with fellow football enthusiasts, to share knowledge, learn from each other and together strengthen the professional football industry,” says Frank van Eijsden, COO of Tymes4.

“Every new member brings new expertise into the FBIN Network and especially our FBIN Football Network members – clubs, league and associations – can profit from that. Therefore, we are very happy to welcome Tymes4 in the FBIN family, a leading ticketing provider specialized on football. This adds a lot of ticketing knowledge to the network, we can share with our members,” says Thomas Maurer, Founder and Managing Director of FBIN.


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