Turkish firms bid for e-ticket tender
The consortium of Netaş and E-Kent has given the best offer for electronic football ticket tender held by the Turkey’s Football Federation. DHA photoNetaş, a leading local communication and technologies company, announced yesterday that the consortium of Netaş and E-Kent had given the best price offer to a tender for the electronic ticket project of the Turkey’s Football Federation, in a statement to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP).
“The consortium of Netaş and E-Kent Technology and Payment Systems gave the best price offer to the tender for the Turkey’s Football Federation’s project for the design, supply, integration, start-up, operation and maintenance of the e-ticket system that is planned to be used in the federation’s countrywide branches, and the stadiums of the biggest football league and the lower league in Turkey,” the statement said.
Netaş also noted that following the assessment of the all offers by the federation, the final decision of the tender’s winner and the details of the project would be announced. The federation aims at decreasing violent acts during football matches and increasing the revenues of the football clubs with the planned project. Football supporters will be able to buy e-tickets for the league matches via the internet by providing their national ID numbers when the planned system is online.