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Open source is the ticket for In Ticketing

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Ticket broker In Ticketing is going head to head with Ticketmaster. It's able to offer lower fees for the same services because of open source software, says co-founder and CTO Marc Urbaitel.

Built on open source, it uses FreeBSD, Apache, and PHP. Customers can buy and print tickets at home, saving about 40% over Ticketmaster's standard service charge.

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