Logitix Names CEO, Executive Chairperson, CFO & Head Of Engineering

Stuart Halberg.
– Stuart Halberg.
CEO Logitix.

Live event ticketing technology and analytics company Logitix today announced several changes to its leadership team including hirings and promotions. 

Stuart Halberg, who has a deep background in ticketing analytics and product, was promoted to CEO while sports and entertainment executive Kurt Schneider was named executive chairperson. What is more, Eric Ingram and Trent Stewart were hired as CFO and head of engineering, respectively.
Halberg has spent the last seven years as Logitix’s SVP of Strategy & Analytics, overseeing data and product strategy, as well as playing an integral role in developing its Pricing Intelligence Platform. He started his career with five seasons at the NHL’s Florida Panthers serving both hockey operations and business analytics. 
Schneider is the former CEO of the Harlem Globetrotters, where he rejuvenated the iconic brand and introduced the organization to a new generation of fans around the world producing record revenue and ticket sales year after year. Previously, he was EVP for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he oversaw the live events, marketing, international, and pay-per-view businesses. Schneider joins Logitix’s current board advisors, and industry veterans, Danielle Maged and Kraig Fox.
Ingram comes to Logitix after serving seven years as CFO at TractManager, a SaaS provider for insights and compliance in the healthcare sector. During his time at TractManager, he led several initiatives resulting in four-time revenue growth. Ingram previously spent nine years at PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Kurt Schneider
– Kurt Schneider
Eecutive Chairperson Logitix.

Stewart joins Logitix after spending more than two years with Salesforce as a Director of Software Engineering, where he was responsible for infrastructure build services and leading the development efforts for Salesforce Government Cloud to support the US Government’s adoption of Salesforce. 

Prior to that, he was with Microsoft for close to two decades holding various development and technology roles across the company. 
“We have an incredible team here at Logitix and I’m thrilled to take on the role of CEO,” said Halberg. “This is an exciting time as our partners welcome fans back into venues around the world. Our industry is ready for evolution and innovation, and we look forward to bringing our platform and services to our partners.”
“With the thousands and thousands of live events we produced at WWE and the Harlem Globetrotters, I’ve seen the evolution of the ticketing industry from waiting on the box office to open to up-to-the-minute dynamic pricing across all outlets,” said Schneider. “Logitix brings an offering of unique services to benefit every ticket seller in 2021 and beyond.”
Logitix, by its own admission, “optimizes ticket sales through proprietary dynamic pricing and distribution.” The platform analyzes “millions of real-time data points, providing up-to-the-minute insights within the live event marketplace.”
In particular, Logitix offers solutions focusing on optimizing pricing and yield management strategy, distribution and fulfillment automation, b2b ticket exchange, and engagement of ticketing data.
Since 2013, Logitix has partnered with 18 concerts and live event promoters, 16 NFL teams, 14 NBA teams, 19 NHL teams, 16 MLB teams, 22 NCAA entities, five primary ticket providers, and more. The company has offices in South Florida and Los Angeles.