Ticketing Software Maker Paciolan Moves In

Paciolan, a privately held maker of software for automated ticketing, said Wednesday that it will move its corporate headquarters to Irvine from Long Beach and will hire 27 more employees by the end of June.

The 21-year-old company said in a press release that it expects to open its new headquarters on Von Karman Avenue on Monday. The 40,000-square-foot office is twice the size of its current facility.

Paciolan has grown to 123 employees from 87 at the end of June and expects to add more workers in product development, customer support and professional services.

The new facility features a state-of-the-art customer support center to handle its growing sports and entertainment venue customers. The company has contracts with 200 organizations that operate more than 500 professional sports, university athletics, performing arts, museum and attraction venues nationwide, accounting for more than 85 million tickets a year.

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