The March Madness Paperless Divide

By NE Docs | March 25, 2015

The March Madness Paperless Divide

Going paperless is great. It helps companies lower costs, improve processes, and  reduce their impact on the environment. From paperless bank statements to electronic signatures, companies are beginning to transform their paper-intensive habits into effective paperless processes. Unfortunately for college basketball fans, only 6 of the 13 venues offer the option to go paperless during March Madness.

Modern advances in technology have transformed how we handle modern day tasks. For some March Madness venues, this means changing how your tickets are tethered to your technology. According to, paperless ticketing allows you to, “efficiently manage seating inventories,” and, “eliminate lost and stolen ticket issues.”NCAA Paperless

While many March Madness venues are not accepting paperless tickets, there are several hosting arenas who have embraced the future of ticket sales. Here is a list of the NCAA March Madness venues currently accepting digitally-approved and paperless tickets (in addition to traditional tickets).

Paperless March Madness Venues

[nivo effect=”sliceUpLeft” directionNav=”button” width=”624px”] [image caption=”CONSOL Energy Center | Pittsburgh, PA”][/image] [image caption=”Centurylink Center Omaha | Omaha, NE”][/image] [image caption=”Quicken Loans Arena | Cleveland, OH”][/image] [image caption=”Staples Center | Los Angeles, CA”][/image] [image caption=”Moda Center | Portland, OR”][/image] [image caption=”Lucas Oil Stadium | Indianapolis, IN”][/image] [/nivo]

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