Axs ticket issues are still a major concern with customers who buy their tickets from the online ticketing website.
But if the issue is resolved, customers will be able to print the tickets in person.
The online ticket booking system is still in the early stages of its development.
Axs said it was working on adding a paperless option to the system to reduce the need for paper tickets.
“We’re in the process of adding paperless ticket printing,” a spokesperson told news.com.au.
“It’s an early stage of development, but we believe paperless is the best option at this time.”
“The paperless options would be very useful for those who want to print tickets for their guests but still need to be able print them digitally.”
While the paperless printing option would still be a good solution for those customers who prefer to print their tickets in a physical form, Axs believes it will be a more efficient and cost-effective option for most customers.
The issue was raised in a new report from the ACCC, which has been urging the industry to standardise and standardise ticket printing across all ticketing services.
In a statement to News24, Axes said it had been working with the ACCCE since the start of the year.
“In the coming weeks we will be offering a paper-based ticket printing solution to help alleviate the need to print paper tickets,” the spokesperson said.
“This will be the first of many changes that we plan to make as part of our ongoing investment in ticketing and digitalisation.”
Axs said the paper ticket printing option was “coming soon”.