By Liz Lytle
accesso Technology Group plc President, Operations Bruno Boehi was honored by the International Ticketing Association (INTIX), receiving its IMPACT Award at the 43rd Annual INTIX Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, FL. The IMPACT Award – given annually at the discretion of the INTIX Board of Directors Chair – recognizes professionals that have delivered “continuous, consistent, extraordinary and exemplary service and support with a lasting impact to the INTIX members, programming, conference and the live ticketing industry.”
“It is an immense honor to receive the IMPACT Award and to join such an incredible list of recipients,” remarked Boehi. “The community fostered by INTIX is one I treasure greatly, and I look forward to investing in and benefitting from it for many years to come.”
Having accrued decades of experience in ticketing operations over the course of his career, Boehi was one of the first to spearhead delivery of a fully web-based, self-managed ticketing platform to the market with introduction of the ShoWare box office ticketing product in 2001. In 2014, accesso acquired ShoWare – with the solution selling more than 20 million tickets per year at the time – and rebranded the technology to the accesso ShoWareSM name in 2016. Boehi, who previously held the role of ShoWare CEO, now serves as accesso President, Operations, where he oversees the company’s global operation, including new deployments and client service for more than 1,000 venues around the globe.
“At Accesso, our vision is to lead with purpose, passion and partnership, and Bruno embodies this vision with excellence,” said Steve Brown, accesso CEO. “Our company, clients, and industry as a whole benefit greatly from Bruno’s support, and it is wonderful to see him recognized for it by an association of INTIX’s caliber.”
Liz Lytle is Brand Communications Manager for accesso.
Photo courtesy of INTIX.