Now more than ever, conversations about protecting the environment are taking center stage in many aspects of our everyday lives. This includes how consumers are choosing to spend their free time and money. Transitioning your venue’s operations over to more sustainable practices might seem like a daunting task, but one easy way to start is to reduce paper use at your venue. With Earth Day right around the corner, now is a great time to lean into using your technology to help your venue go paperless!
At accesso, we’re firm believers in leading by example, so we’ve taken matters into our own hands to lessen our carbon footprint, making it convenient to reduce, reuse and recycle within our facilities while meeting the individual needs and habits of our team.
At accesso, we support providing options for alternative payments not only because it helps make your goods and services available to a larger audience that may not have a credit or debit card handy; but also because it allows for contactless payment processing, increasing on-site efficiency and freeing up time for your staff to focus on delivering a best-in-class guest experience. Additionally, this helps remove many of the barriers that can lead to abandoned purchases, thus significantly improving your conversion rate and the customer’s overall experience.
Blooloop features editor Charlotte Coates recently shared news that accesso Technology Group PLC has renewed its agreement with Walibi Holland, providing the popular Dutch theme park with its 100% virtual queuing service through 2021.
Interpark recently shared news that Walibi Holland, a longstanding theme park in the Netherlands, has renewed its partnership with accesso Technology Group plc to provide 100% virtual queuing for park guests. The solution was originally implemented in May 2020 in response to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.