Arts software firm Spektrix has appointed ticketing technology leader Perry Dyball as Head of Technical Operations. He is charged with ensuring Spektrix’s user experience and application resilience keeps pace with the company’s rapid customer and transactional growth in the UK, Ireland and North America.
Dyball has been working in the ticketing space since 2008, spending nearly a decade with Seatwave through its acquisition by Ticketmaster, optimising the performance of web applications for both audiences and entertainment organisations.
He brings nearly 20 years of technical and business knowledge across the entire spectrum of web and mobile e-commerce, data centre operations, corporate IT infrastructure, and product development. Previous roles included time with Sony Music, Match.com and Primelocation.
An established leader in UK web performance, Dyball is also an organiser of the DeltaV Web Performance conference, and the London Web Performance meetup group. His appointment follows the arrival of Director of Engineering Dan Bass from comparethemarket.com as part of a drive by Spektrix to grow its technology team and recruit more top talent.
Perry has the passion for web performance and expertise in large scale ticketing businesses we need to keep delivering an optimal customer experience to the arts and entertainment sector,” said Michael Nabarro, chief executive and co-founder of Spektrix. “We are excited to welcome him to the team.
Spektrix’s client base now includes more than 340 arts and entertainment organisations in the UK, Ireland and North America. More than 20 million tickets were sold through Spektrix in 2017.