The Success Studio at TLCC is open and bustling with activity.
For the third year in a row, the Studio is open to offer a place for Tessitura users to share stories of their successes on camera.
Tessitura staff members lead participants through open-ended conversations, which can be about Tessitura usage of any kind. Interviews so far have discussed ticketing, memberships, fundraising, education programs, group sales, finance, and web development, among other topics.
“The fact that you can record every patron interaction has been huge for us," said Drew Nebrig of the ZACH Theatre. “Tessitura has thought of everything.”
“It’s beyond me how anyone can be successful fundraising without a tool like Tessitura’s Plans and Portfolios,” said Alfredo Garcia of the Miami City Ballet.
Melanie Evans from Mystic Aquarium said: “Tessitura has brought everybody together in a much more collaborative atmosphere.”
Melanie Evans (left) and videographer Adrianne Porcelli
Looking toward future versions of Tessitura Software, Brian Parker of the Tulsa Arts Management Consortium said: “The unsung hero of version 15 is the ability to do single sign on.”
Success Stories from members of the Tessitura Network community are regularly published on the Tessitura Network website.
The Success Studio is open the remainder of TLCC. Any conference participant can sign up for an available time slot.
Tessitura Learning & Community Conference
The Tessitura Learning & Community Conference is the world's largest annual gathering of arts and cultural professionals, attracting passionate and intelligent box office staff, marketers, fundraisers, developers, executives, techies, and arts & cultural mavens who are part of the Tessitura community. This year’s conference takes place in Orlando, July 15–19.