CMS rework for Reservix’s ticket platform

For four months, our joint team was developing a system that performed well under traffic, had infinite scalability potential, and was easy to operate for Reservix’s editors and customers.

Technology choice

React (frontend), Node, Typescript, Elasticsearch (backend), Headless CMS, GraphQL, AWS, Docker, Lerna, Terraform.

What Reservix achieved

The client’s team came prepared with a new pivot model for the platform and UI designs ready to go.

Talent provided by The Software House did most of the agile development, never missing a single deadline. The reworked CMS had two key components.

The first one was a content editor for Reservix’s employees and customers who wanted to create a landing page for a concert, a football match, or a meet-up.

The second one was a tagging service that suggests events relevant to the one browsed by the user so that the platform could upsell.

The next step

A sudden outburst of the pandemic changed Reservix’s priorities for months after the delivery. Once German businesses adapted to the circumstance, The Software House was brought back in to offer ongoing implementation support.

We continue the partnership with a new mission of developing an all-in-one streaming system event organizers can connect to. While they cover the filming, Reservix processes the show, manages ticket sales, and secures video feed availability to make their work lighter.

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