Reporter Arthur Levine of Funworld magazine recently shared steps attractions can take to maximize efficiency when faced with limited staff.
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Hospitality Technology recently published insights from George Hambleton, VP of Sales at accesso, on how to implement a mobile F&B technology platform successfully. The article, entitled “Three Ways to Optimize Your Mobile F&B Implementation” includes tips on integrating guest information, speeding up transactions and maximizing revenue.
accesso Broadens Partnership with Alterra Mountain Company to Deliver Contactless Mobile F&B Capabilities
Hospitality Technology Senior Editor Michal Christine Escobar recently shared news of accesso’s expanded partnership with Alterra Mountain Company to provide six of the company’s North American mountain destinations with mobile food and beverage (F&B) technology.
accesso CEO Steve Brown recently spoke with features editor Charlotte Coates of Blooloop about the ways accesso is helping venues adapt for a post-COVID-19 world with smart technology solutions.
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Reporter Calum Muirhead of Proactive Investors shared news that accesso’s virtual queueing technology could become more popular as theme parks begin to reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic.
accesso CEO Steve Brown presents an update on the actions that the company is taking to help prevent the spread of the virus while maintaining business continuity.
VentureBeat recently published an article on Carnival’s new OceanMedallion™ wearable that uses accesso’s TE2 technology to revolutionize the guest experience on cruises. The wearable uses secure and encrypted technology to provide guests with a faster check-in process, seamless mobile ordering, the ability to instantly unlock their cabin, wayfinding and instant location awareness and more. As a result, guests have a more personalized and frictionless experience, operators better understand how to anticipate their needs and ship captains have the peace of mind by knowing where everyone is located.
Ticketing Business News shared details on accesso’s expanded partnership with Merlin Entertainment to provide ticketing, virtual queuing and guest experience solutions for The Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham, England. The attraction will utilize the accesso Prism wearable device, named “The Bear Tag,” as well as accesso Passport ticketing and The Experience Engine to deliver an immersive guest experience.
accesso and Merlin Entertainments take long-standing partnership to new heights at The Bear Grylls Adventure
Park World shared news of accesso’s expanded partnership with Merlin Entertainments to provide a seamless guest experience at The Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham, England. The attraction will be using accesso’s ticketing, queuing and guest experience management platforms in addition to the accesso Prism wearable device which it will call the “BearTag.”