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Tickethookups case study

Tickethookups offers ticket sales services to the entertainment industry. Our main objective developing Tickethookups was to create a highly scalable and secure marketplace for event promoters and their patrons.



Multiple Payment Processing Options

Enables promoters to accept credit cards via Tickethookups' merchant account, connect with Stripe, or process sales through a 3rd party merchant.

Sub-promoter functionality

Promoters can assign and easily manage ticket sales for their sub-promoters. This feature allows large venues to sell and track their inventory efficiently.

High Volume Transactions

Load balancing transactions across multiple servers and efficient user session management assures Tickethookups can handle spikes in traffic and reliably process payments.


Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides trusted and reliable cloud-based solutions. Deploying web applications on AWS allows us to take advantage of the same level of security that organizations like Pfizer, Intuit, and the US Navy rely on, as well as scaling up or down on-demand to accommodate the application’s needs.

Grails is a powerful web framework, for the Java platform. Building web applications on a Grails framework significantly improves productivity while enabling us to take advantage of power and reliability of Java, one of the most popular development platforms today.

MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database. MySQL is the leading database choice for web-based applications, used by high profile web companies including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and many more.