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Outdoor Concerts - Stadium & Sports Events






SplitAbility Advantages


Command and control:
  • Centralized menu updates lean more

  • Remote monitoring

  • Live transaction journals (millisecond updates)

  • Named registers

  • Runs natively on payments devices lean more

  • Aggregated & single register balancing

  • Instant inventory count & reports lean more

  • Highly scalable

  • Sub 100 millisecond latency times lean more

  • Unlimited devices - Android, Apple or Windows

  • Button images for speed lean more


  • Other points of difference


  • See also support

CBA Alberts used at Live in the Park

Has a built in printer lean more



🌠 When it has to be FAST!

Events such as concerts present limited windows of opportunity to process large sales volumes.

Point of Sale response time is critical at large events where crowds require service in short periods at high volume.
Without fast transactions, revenue is lost and customers become impatient.

In order to take advantage of these high demand periods, our system is able to maintain low latency times across many devices.

SplitAbility POS has been used at events that run more than 60 terminals, performing over 500 orders / minute.


When speed and availability are essential - Contact us

Some events we've handled


Recent events


Because we can handle the transaction traffic.

Posted by SplitAbility POS on Saturday, November 17, 2018



Donít miss summerís biggest event when Bon Jovi bring all their hits to Botanic Park this Tuesday!

Posted by Space Events on Thursday January 3, 2019



Donít miss summerís biggest event when Bon Jovi bring all their hits to Botanic Park this Tuesday!

Posted by Space Events on Saturday December 1, 2018



Cheap Trick that was sensational! - Are you ready for the main event! 'YOU'RE AS COLD AS ICE' - Here come Foreigner! #LiveInThePark

Posted by Space Events on Sunday October 14, 2018



Sheppard your were just incredible! Thank you! Now, are you all ready for Cheap Trick!

Posted by Space Events on Sunday October 14, 2018