Blooloop’s newest piece shares insights from accesso, highlighting the importance of future-proofing the guest experience through the use of contactless technology.
PhocusWire’s new article highlights how accesso’s QSmart technology is changing the way airports think about queues.
Travel Weekly recently published an article discussing accesso’s role with Boston Logan International Airport’s new virtual queues.
Blooloop shared news of accesso’s partnership with Boston Logan International Airport to help keep guests safe with virtual queuing. The airport is utilizing accesso’s Qsmart virtual queuing platform to help prevent crowding at security line entrances.
Reporter Arthur Levine of Funworld magazine recently shared steps attractions can take to maximize efficiency when faced with limited staff.
CBS Boston shared news of accesso’s partnership with Boston Logan Airport to facilitate a virtual security line. The airport is running an eight-week pilot program using accesso’s virtual queuing solution to help streamline the experience through TSA lines at Terminal B.
ORLANDO, Fla. (June 3, 2021) – accesso Technology Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the premier technology solutions provider for attractions and venues worldwide, has partnered with Boston Logan International Airport to pilot a Virtual Security Line. This partnership marks accesso’s first foray into service of the airline industry and positions Boston Logan International Airport as a pioneer in adoption of technology that is proving vital to enhancing customer safety, trust and loyalty while adhering to pandemic-related protocols.
Join us for a week of engaging software training at our first-ever virtual accesso Client Seminar from September 20 – 24, 2021. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring our educational sessions and knowledgeable instructors to this exciting new format – no flights required!
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.