Take the Arts & Analytics Survey on Performing Arts Interests

Calling all performing arts goers and lovers – we want to hear from you! At Arts & Analytics we are always looking for additional insight into the performing arts industry so our predictive analytics software, PartronLink360, can continue to meet the needs of our customers. To this end, we will regularly be conducting industry surveys on some of the most pressing topics in the performing arts.

Our first survey will focus on consumers’ performing arts interests – including how many times you attend performances, or if you are more likely to see a performance if you saw it on the Tony Awards. Your feedback is important!

The survey can be found here.

Stay tuned to this space as we will be unveiling the survey results in November.

An Arts & Analytics trifecta – new advisory board member, PatronLink360 GA and new customers

As we mentioned in July, it has been a very busy couple of months for the Arts & Analytics team – we are so excited to share what we have been up to. We have some great customer and product traction in addition to a fantastic new board member. So maestro if you please…

To kick things off, we are pleased to welcome Mitch Lowe, co-founder at both Netflix and Redbox, to our advisory board. Mitch will provide industry insight and counsel to Arts & Analytics as we seek to attract key talent, set a course for sustainable growth, and connect Arts & Analytics with other organizations, theaters and businesses that will benefit from the targeted consumer data that we provide.

Mitch joins other Arts & Analytics advisory board members including:

  • Amanda Pekoe, CEO, The Pekoe Group
  • Liz Miller, vice president, CMO Council
  • Glynn Dennis, Jr. PhD, founder, Lapwise

Now onto the product and customer wins! We are proud to announce the general availability of PatronLink360 – our predictive analytics software targeted for the performing arts industry which launched earlier this year.

Since launching PatronLink360, we’ve received interest from new customers such as Denver B-Cycle and Palm Beach Opera. The new customers add to the support of the platform’s success seen by early adopters including, the Blumenthal Performing Arts, the Denver Center for Performing Arts, and Lyric Opera of Chicago.

We have been so humbled by the level of customer and industry recognition that the company and software has received in just a couple of short months since our initial launch. This is just the beginning of what our software can do to enable better data for performing arts organizations. It is our goal that our customers will continue to be blown away with future generations of our products.

In the words of Buzz Lightyear – “To infinity and beyond!”