Dynamic Pricing Solutions for Attractions
Zoos, Aquariums, Museums, Amusement Parks, Tours, Water Parks, Ski Resorts
The Value and Impact of Dynamic Pricing in the New Era, Presented by Digonex
The Future of Dynamic Pricing
Industry webinar featuring Digonex staff and customers
Dynamic Pricing Solutions for Performing Arts
Orchestras, Dance, Theatre, Opera
Dynamic Pricing Solutions for Entertainment
Broadway, Concerts, Festivals, Special Events; Producers, Promoters, Venues
Our dynamic pricing solutions provide our clients with automated, data-driven pricing technology of a caliber that was previously only available to the largest corporations.
Track Record of Success
Digonex has been a leader in the field of dynamic pricing since 2000. Our automated and customized solutions have consistently delivered strong results across a variety of markets and business conditions; double-digit percentage growth in revenue in the first year of dynamic pricing is common.
The algorithms that power our solutions are developed by our team of Ph.D. economists. This allows our clients to benefit from leading-edge science supported by two decades of research and development in dynamic pricing. Digonex’s proprietary technologies have been awarded six patents to date.
Flexible Pricing Approach
Effective pricing strategy is about more than just near-term revenue maximization. Digonex solutions are customized to balance revenue growth with your other vital objectives such as community accessibility, managing attendance to desired levels, and long-term customer loyalty.
Clients Retain Control
Our pricing solutions supplement rather than replace our clients’ experience and market knowledge. We integrate client-specified constraints and pricing rules directly into our solutions. Digonex clients can accept, reject or modify our price recommendations through our easy-to-use web portal.
Service as Great as Our Science
Digonex's team works closely with you every step of the way from solution design to implementation, and stays with you for the duration of our work together. There is always a real human to talk to and our economists are continuously refining our pricing solutions over time as additional market data is gathered.
We recently spoke with Tom Nolan, Head of Global Ecosystem at Spektrix, about the benefits of dynamic pricing for the arts to help leaders make informed decisions.
Digonex’s advanced pricing technology combined with Anchor Operating System’s robust ticketing and membership solutions will enable the Toronto Zoo to implement intelligent pricing strategies that drive revenue growth while ensuring a fair and enjoyable experience for all visitors. We look forward to a successful collaboration that benefits both the Toronto Zoo and its valued guests.
“Our company has been growing steadily and rapidly with revenues roughly doubling in each of the past few years,” said Greg Loewen, chief executive of Digonex (pictured). “Since COVID, our growth has been driven heavily by increasing the number of attractions and tour operators utilising our pricing services but over the course of 2022 we’ve also seen a resurgence in our live entertainment and performing arts portfolio.”
Digonex has launched a strategic alliance with Vivaticket, one of the major international operators in the creation, production, marketing and management of integrated electronic ticketing and access control systems. Digonex’s powerful technology allows clients to optimize revenues while expanding their market, optimizing capacity, enhancing community accessibility and realizing greater operational efficiencies.
Mike Geller, President of Spektrix US & Canada, said, “As an addition to the Spektrix product, partners like Digonex play a key part in helping Spektrix users to achieve even more with our market-leading platform. Digonex’s fantastic strategic pricing tools further extend the capabilities of Spektrix and we know they will be highly valuable to our users.”
Digonex’s solutions utilize leading-edge econometric science that allows clients to optimize their revenues while expanding their addressable market, enhancing community accessibility and realizing greater operational efficiencies. This kind of work brings Wessely into contact with a wide array of people and personalities. Fortunately, she is able to draw on her arts background to be effective.
Digonex, the leading provider of dynamic pricing solutions in the attractions and performing arts industries, has named Anna Wessely as its first chief technology officer. Wessely comes to Digonex following an 18-year tenure at Tessitura Network.
Current and former Digonex users joined Digonex Chief Revenue Officer Harry Tomasides on this webinar presented by our partner, Gateway Ticketing Systems, to discuss how reservations support dynamic pricing, and the ways dynamic pricing supports your organization’s business objectives (recorded May 12, 2021)
Digonex CEO Greg Loewen commented, “We are thrilled to be a new member of the ACME eco-system partner network and excited to be working with Rick and the rest of the Seattle Aquarium team. We are confident that our dynamic pricing technology will help the aquarium to accelerate its recovery from the pandemic and its growth in the years ahead.”
In this interview with AudienceView.com, Digonex CEO Greg Loewen tells the story of Digonex in own words: our history; our science; and why Digonex is uniquely position to help AudienceView users make the most of dynamic pricing.
“We’ve enlisted the services of Digonex to make more intelligent decisions about the pricing for many of our shows. We’ve found that with the assistance of the solution, and the economists on their staff behind the scenes, pricing recommendations are being made based on inputs we never would have considered before.”
“We are delighted to be working with Digonex”, said Mark Danemann, President of accesso Siriusware. “We have always focused on providing our clients with innovative tools to drive revenue and through our new relationship with Digonex, our clients now have seamless access to best-in-class dynamic pricing solutions.”
Dynamic Pricing Blog
Dynamic pricing for attractions was a new innovation in 2014. To understand how it could be spread, we examined Diffusion of Innovation theory. We learned that there are five main factors that determine the rate of adoption of an innovation. All of them have come to pass in 2020.
Our CEO Greg Loewen explores common misconceptions about dynamic pricing that we often hear from attractions operators. At Digonex, we’ve put these myths to the test, with explosive results!
After COVID-19, most attractions are requiring their guests choose the date and time when they are planning to come. How can your organization leverage dynamic pricing in conjunction with moving to timed ticketing and capacity management? Here are 3 common questions we’ve heard about the implementation of dynamic pricing.
Determining the right price has always been challenging, but it is particularly complex in a rapidly-changing environment. Additional factors must be evaluated to determine the best price during this unprecedented time. So how do you pick an optimal price in this situation?
Attractions around the world are working on modifying their operations in preparation for re-opening following the COVID-19 pandemic. Many changes will be required, to satisfy both government authorities and the ticket-buying public that it is safe to return. But there’s one change that attractions should consider making permanent to support long-term revenue management.
When attractions or arts organizations re-open after a pandemic, how should they think about pricing their tickets? Digonex Chief Economist Dr. Murat Atlamaz, Ph.D., describes four factors to be considered.
How does dynamic pricing work? Even for people familiar with the basic concept, the mechanics of generating price recommendations remain mysterious. How can a person understand dynamic pricing without a math, statistics, or economics background?
It’s a common misconception that “demand-based” pricing means the higher the sales of something, the higher the price should be. But the optimal price is not always correlated with demand, at least not in the way you might think.
The human mind is wired to prefer avoiding loss over maximizing gain. For this reason dynamic pricing may feel like gambling to some. But static pricing has its risks as well.
Starting out with dynamic pricing is a bit like learning to swim. But what if promoters just can’t bring themselves to jump into the deep end with dynamic pricing? Is there a way to wade into it cautiously, without diving in headfirst?
The new Disney seasonal pricing has some asking, “Has Disney gone too far?” The better question is, “Has Disney gone far enough?” Variable pricing is a step in the right direction, but has its limitations.
Disney announced on February 27 that it was implementing “seasonal pricing” for its California and Florida theme parks. Or was it “surge pricing?” Maybe “variable pricing?” Perhaps it was “demand-based pricing.” It might have been “dynamic pricing.” We take a closer look at what Disney did and did not do with pricing.