Amusement Today’s new piece focuses on the multifaceted ticketing solutions that accesso will be providing Calaway Park during their three-year partnership.
Blooloop recently published an article highlighting the newly established three-year partnership between accesso and Calaway Park.
ParkWorld released a new article discussing the upcoming three-year partnership between accesso and Calaway Park.
blooloop published a new write-up that focuses on the latest technology that accesso will be showcasing during IAAPA Expo 2021.
Illuminarium Experiences expands partnership with accesso as operator prepares to make AREA15 debut in 2022
Planet Attractions newest article focuses on the expanded partnership between accesso and Illuminarium Experiences.
Blooloop recently shared the news of accesso’s expanded partnership with Illuminarium Experiences.
InPark Magazine released a new piece discussing the multi-year ticketing solutions agreement between accesso and Illuminarium Experiences.
Orlando Business Journal recently interviewed accesso CEO Steve Brown. Brown walks OBJ through the importance of contactless technology, the opportunities that lie ahead post-pandemic, and revenue forecasting for 2021 and beyond.
Blooloop’s newest piece shares insights from accesso, highlighting the importance of future-proofing the guest experience through the use of contactless technology.
INTIX recently featured tips from accesso on reopening for the events and live entertainment industry.
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.
Ticketing Business News recently shared that accesso Technology Group, plc has added 12 leisure, entertainment and cultural venues across North America to its client portfolio.
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.
Reporter Samantha Subin of The Boston Globe shared news today of accesso’s partnership with Logan International Airport. The airport is participating in an eight-week pilot program to utilize accesso’s virtual queuing system in TSA lines at Terminal B.
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 and Village Roadshow Theme Parks’ collaboration proves its worth before and during the pandemic
IAAPA, The Global Association for the Attractions Industry, recently featured the story of accesso’s partnership with Village Roadshow Theme Parks, Australia’s largest theme park operator. Village Roadshow Theme Parks has partnered with accesso for over four years to help drive revenue growth and improve the guest 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.
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.
Blooloop features editor Charlotte Coates recently shared that accesso has released a step-by-step e‑book to help theme park and attractions operators navigate the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. This difficult year for the industry has seen operators increasingly seeking new ways to provide a memorable guest experience and drive revenue, while keeping staff and guests safe.
Reporter Breda Graham of EchoLIVE.ie recently shared news that Cork software technology firm, Digisoft, has teamed up with accesso to provide the Irish Defence Forces with a wearable device to manage Covid-19 safety protocols among its troops.
Reporter Sean O’Riordan of the Irish Examiner shared news of the Irish Denfence Forces’ successful trial of a new COVID-19 tracing system, utilizing technology from Cork software company Digisoft and UK-based accesso Technology Group.
Ralph Riegel of Independent.ie recently shared news of the Irish Defence Forces utilizing a new COVID-19 tracing system, that is based on technology from Cork software company Digisoft and UK-based accesso Technology Group.
In a post-pandemic environment, guests are looking to the hospitality industry to implement increased safety measures while still providing an unforgettable experience. In this article for Hospitality Technology, accesso CEO Steve Brown shares 4 ways that venues can enhance the guest experience while safely welcoming guests back to their favorite restaurants and destinations.
Australasian Leisure Management recently shared a free step-by-step guide created by accesso designed to assist operators in the creation of a safe and enjoyable environment for returning guests, while also giving them the tools they need to regain traction and customer trust as the industry moves into a new era.
Park World Editor Becci Knowles recently sat down to interview accesso Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Jacobs to explore what the technology company is doing to help attractions transform their operations to safely reopen and plan for future growth.
During the blooloop V‑Expo, accesso will be taking the main stage of the Innovation Auditorium. accesso Sale’s Director Jeremy Gray and Vice President of Sales Geroge Hambleton will be presenting Empathizing with Guests in a COVID-19 World: How to Anticipate the Needs of Your Customers in the ‘New Normal.’ This session will explore how the needs and desires of guests have been transformed following the global pandemic. From the rapid acceleration of certain technologies to the sudden need to maintain physical distance, and above all else how preserving the guest experience is most important.
Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news of a partnership between accesso Technology Group and Floriade Expo 2022 in Amsterdam. The Floriade Expo will be utilizing accesso Passport’s eCommerce Ticketing as well as their Ingresso distribution technology to help the event reach guests from all around the world.
InterPark reporter Gabrielle shared news of an exciting new partnership between France’s Parc Astérix and accesso. The UK attraction will integrate accesso’s virtual queuing to launch Filotomatrix – a free of charge virtual queuing application for their guests.
accesso CEO Steve Brown recently sat down with Parkworld Magazine to discuss how virtual queuing and how accesso’s solutions are helping meet the needs of the modern consumer safely and effectively.
Recently features editor Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news of Parc Astérix’s new partnership with accesso to deliver their guests a 100% virtual queuing solution.
Amusement Today shared news that Parc Astérix in Plailly, France has announced a new partnership with accesso to offer guests virtual queuing.
Steve Brown talks about virtual queuing, trustability and the #1 objection people have of going to theme park
Josh Liebman & Matt Heller of Attraction Pros recently sat down with accesso CEO Steve Brown to discuss how his diverse background led him to the technology industry and how accesso is helping venues all over the world adapt to a post-COVID world. The podcast spotlights accesso’s Virtual Queuing solution and how important it is for guests and staff to trust that venues are taking their safety seriously as attractions begin to reopen.
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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Coaster 101 recently published an interview speaking with accesso CEO Steve Brown about his background and how accesso is helping venues all over the world adapt to a post-COVID world. The interview highlights accesso’s Virtual Queuing solution and analyzes new features that have been rolled out to meet the growing need for safely getting visitors back to attractions.
Reporter Jamie Holmes of WFTV Channel 9 recently spoke to accesso CEO Steve Brown about how virtual queuing can play a role in helping parks to reopen safely. “Technology is going to be an important part of how this industry reopens,” said Brown.
Reporter Sean O’Neill of Skift included accesso in a round-up of potential technology solutions for social distancing at airports, noting that a virtual queuing solution like the accesso LoQueue system could facilitate timed entry at designated airport points, reducing overcrowding.
Reporter Maija Palmer of Sifted included accesso’s virtual queuing offering in a recent article on social distancing solutions.
The Owensboro Times shared news that guests at Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari will be able to wait in virtual lines for rides this year, as the park is implementing a queuing technology to ensure safe distancing measures. Holiday World recently announced opening day will be June 14.
14 News reporter Jill Lyman recently shared news that Holiday World will be introducing virtual queues to help guests maintain social distancing when the park reopens June 14. The solution, provided by accesso Technology Group, will allow guests to use their own smartphone to virtually wait in line for Holiday World’s rides and attractions.
Features Editor Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news that Walibi Holland will partner with accesso Technology Group to facilitate social distancing once the park reopens to the public on 25 May. A long-term accesso client, the park will now offer 100% virtual queuing to all guests.
Amusement Today shared news that Walibi Holland, a theme park located in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands, will now partner with accesso to offer 100% virtual queuing to all guests upon reopening on May 25 in an effort to deliver reliable social distancing.
Editor Robert Niles of Theme Park Insider shared that Holiday World will be utilizing the accesso LoQueue virtual queuing platform upon reopening in June.
Theme parks could axe queues amid plans to let customers book timeslots to meet Covid-19 safety standards
Reporter Harriet Dennys for Financial Mail shared that future theme park visits may soon be missing a familiar element of the guest experience — long lines. Following the global impacts of COVID-19, venues will need a way to space queuing guests to allow for social distancing as well as additional time for cleaning ride vehicles. accesso’s virtual queuing platform, QsmartSM, will allow visitors to digitally reserve a ride from their own smartphone.
Blooloop reporter Charlottle Coates shared news that Fern MacDonald was appointed Chief Financial Officer of accesso Technology Group PLC. MacDonald has been a part of the accesso team since May 2018, when she took on the role of Senior Vice President of Finance. She will also be joining accesso’s board.
Reporter Calum Muirhead of Proactive Investors shared that social distancing and the new interest in virtual queuing systems across the economy may bode well for companies such as accesso Technology Group PLC (LON:ACSO), an AIM-listed firm that provides virtual queuing and ticketing products.
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.
InPark Magazine shared news that Steve Brown has been appointed Chief Executive of accesso in order to support the company’s renewed focus on strategic objectives. Brown founded accesso in 2008 and served as President and CEO from 2016 – 2018 when he left the company. He returns to the company with a five-point strategic plan including refocusing employees, re-energizing the company’s client-centric approach, implementing operational efficiencies, streamlining operations and integrating key components of the company’s product portfolio.
Reporter Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news that Steve Brown, founder of accesso, has returned to the company as Chief Executive Officer.
Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news of accesso’s partnership with Technovation today. accesso has made a charitable contribution to the organization in lieu of sending traditional holiday gifts to their clients around the world, and team members will have the opportunity to use paid volunteer time off to support the non-profit, who works with all-girl teams and families to find high-tech solutions to real-world problems.
Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news of accesso’s strategic three-year agreement with The Chattahoochee Nature Center (CNC). CNC will implement the award-winning accesso online ticketing system to help improve the guest experience and drive revenue.
Reporter Charlotte Coates of Blooloop shared news of accesso’s partnership with New York Botanical Garden. The attraction will be integrating accesso’s ticketing, eCommerce and global distribution solutions with a launch slated for fall 2019.
Interpark recently published an article on the exciting news that accesso has added John Guilfoy to their team as the Chief Operating Officer. Guilfoy’s over 20 years of knowledge and experience will help accesso continue to drive growth and innovation for their expanding portfolio of clients. In his role, he will be responsible for streamlining the day-to-day operations of the company.
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 posted a story on accesso’s expanded partnerships with three ski resorts across the United States: Holiday Valley, Sierra-at-Tahoe and Perfect North. Each resort currently uses the accesso Siriusware℠ solution and will now be implementing the award-winning accesso Passport® eCommerce solution.
Reporter Marco Santana of the Orlando Sentinel shared news of accesso’s expanded partnerships with three ski resorts in the United States: Holiday Valley, Sierra-at-Tahoe and Perfect North Slopes
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.”
Blooloop shared details on accesso’s integrated ticketing, queuing and guest experience suite it has implemented for Merlin Entertainments at The Bear Grylls Adventure. Notably, Merlin will be using the accesso Prism wearable device, which it has named the BearTag, to help guests experience more out of their day. The BearTag will provide guests with a personalized itinerary and guide them through their experience at the indoor adventure center, allowing them to receive live messages and reservation notifications, make cashless payments for meals and merchandise, and claim free photos.
Amusement Today shared news of accesso’s partnership with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to elevate the guest experience. The new partnership, unveiled at the 2018 IAAPA Attractions Expo, will bring a holistic integration of accesso’s eCommerce ticketing, virtual queuing and guest experience management technology solutions to Australia’s largest theme park operator.
Ticketing Business News posted an article on accesso’s new strategic partnership with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to elevate the guest experience. The landmark agreement will strive to set a new operational standard for the attractions industry by allowing theme parks to engage with guests at every potential touchpoint using data gathered from accesso’s integrated queuing, ticketing and guest experience management solutions.
Blooloop shared news of accesso’s strategic partnership with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to elevate the guest experience. Village Roadshow Theme Parks, Australia’s largest theme park operator, will be utilizing an integration of accesso’s queuing, ticketing and guest experience management solutions across its properties on the Gold Coast.
INTIX (International Ticketing Association) shared news of accesso’s strategic partnership with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to elevate the guest experience.
Ticketing Business News recently published a story on accesso’s new ticketing partnership with two US professional Major League Ruby teams. The New Orleans (NOLA) Gold and Austin Elite Rugby clubs will be utilizing the company’s accesso ShoWare box office solution for ticketing and eCommerce starting in October.
Reporter Marco Santana of The Orlando Sentinel shared news of accesso’s partnership with two Major League Ruby teams. The New Orleans (NOLA) Gold and Austin Elite Rugby have recently signed 3‑year agreements to use the accesso ShoWare ticketing and eCommerce platform for box office and online ticket sales. The clubs will also use the solution’s access control and call center features.
Reporter Justine Maunder of Blooloop shared news of accesso’s partnership with Google to provide a new engagement channel connecting clients and customers. The partnership will allow customers to buy tickets to accesso-supported venues directly from Google Search, Maps and Assistant. It is made possible by accesso’s Ingresso distribution platform which enables venues to sell tickets through global third-party distribution channels in real time.
Reporter Marco Santana of The Orlando Sentinel shared news of accesso’s partnership with Google to provide a new booking capability for clients. Beginning in late Fall, accesso clients will have the ability to make their tickets available on Google Maps, Search and Assistant using accesso’s Ingresso distribution platform.
Blooloop reporter Lalla Merlin recently interviewed accesso CEO Paul Noland about technology in the theme park and attractions industries and its role in reshaping the customer experience.
InPark Magazine reporter Martin Palicki interviewed accesso CEO Paul Noland along with other leisure industry leaders who recently took on new opportunities. Noland shares his thoughts on the state of the industry as well as insight into his new role at accesso. To read the full article, click here.
Reporter Gabrielle Russon of The Orlando Sentinel profiled accesso’s growth and new CEO in a story published today. accesso generated $133 million in revenue this past year, which is almost triple the company’s revenue in 2012. Of that $133 million, $20 million went directly back into the research and development.
Justine Maunder of Blooloop shared news that Cedar Fair Entertainment has extended its agreement with accesso through 2022. Cedar Fair will continue to utilize the industry-leading accesso Passport ticketing suite for eCommerce across its many locations, giving guests a seamless online shopping experience regardless of device.
Gabrielle Russon of the Orlando Sentinel shared news that Paul Noland will be leaving his position as president and CEO of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) to become CEO of accesso.
Rachel Read of Blooloop shared news today that Paul Noland has been named as CEO of accesso after Steve Brown formally steps down in April.
Blooloop today shared news that accesso Technology Group has won the IAAPA Brass Ring Award in the Best New Product category as well as the prestigious IAAPA Impact Award for its breakthrough accesso Prism wearable technology.
Blooloop today shared news that accesso Technology Group has signed a five-year deal with Village Roadshow Theme Parks, Australia’s largest theme park operator.
Reporter Adrian Lennox of InterPark shared news that accesso Technology Group has announced a five-year agreement with Village Roadshow Theme Parks, the largest theme park operator in Australia.
Ticketing Business News today reported that technology solutions provider accesso has acquired The Experience Engine (TE2), a San-Diego-based marketing technology company.
Reporter Mike Freeman of The San Diego Union Tribune today shared news that The Experience Engine (TE2), a marketing software firm for theme parks and cruise lines, has been acquired by London-based accesso Technology Group.
Reporter Marco Santana of the Orlando Sentinel recently reported that accesso, an Orlando technology company, is about to expand its product portfolio.
Blooloop today reported that accesso Technology Group plc has acquired theme park software company The Experience Engine (TE2).
Blooloop recently shared news that accesso, leading technology provider to the leisure, entertainment and cultural sectors, will provide its innovative accesso Siriusware ticketing and point-of-sale platform to Experiencias Xcaret in Mexico.
Ticketing Business News recently shared news of accesso’s latest partnership with the Florida Attractions Association, which provides an improved online ticket share platform for FAA’s AttractionShare program members.
InterPark recently shared news of accesso’s latest ticketing partnership with the Florida Attractions Association, which seeks to streamline the organization’s AttractionShare program by improving its eCommerce storefront.
accesso partners Florida Attractions Association to deliver ‘hassle-free’ ticket privilege programme
Blooloop recently shared news of accesso’s latest partnership with the Florida Attractions Association (FAA), seeking to streamline the organization’s attractionShare program.
Blooloop recently shared news that leading technology solutions provider, accesso Technology Group plc., has appointed Robin Goodchild to the role of Sales Director for Europe.
Adrian Lennox of Interpark reports that at this year’s IAAPA Attractions Expo, accesso launched Prism, a next-generation wearable device that gives theme park, waterpark and other attractions operators a new way to connect with their guests.
Reporter Sandra Pedicini of the Orlando Sentinel reports that accesso, a technology company with North American headquarters in Lake Mary, on Tuesday unveiled a new electronic wrist band that will be used at Six Flags and other parks it works with.
Alice Davis of Attractions Management reports that attractions industry technology provider accesso has launched Prism, a new virtual queuing wearable with messaging, park photography and queuing capabilities.
Blooloop reports: accesso has launched the Prism, their reimagined Qbot, at the IAAPA Expo today.
accesso wins Best Technology Company at the 2016 UK Tech Awards.
Blooloop reports that leading technology solutions provider to the leisure industry, accesso, has signed a three-year deal with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to provide its accesso LoQueue virtual queuing solution at Wet’n’Wild Sydney.
Nine attractions at the Australian waterpark will utilize accesso’s patented Qband system.
Reporter Rena Goldman of Aquatics International recently shared an article exploring the adaption of virtual queuing technologies within the leisure industry, specifically focused on the waterpark sector and the potential use of the accesso LoQueueSM QbandSM device.
Blooloop today shared news that accesso has penned a five year agreement with Schlitterbahn Waterpark in New Braunfels, Texas, to introduce the accesso LoQueueSM virtual queuing solution’s QbandSM device.
Blooloop shared news from accesso today, announcing that Tom Burnet has been appointed to Executive Chairman. He will be succeeded as President and CEO by Steve Brown, who previously served as accesso COO.
London South East shared an update from accesso, announcing a management reshuffle as well as reporting strong trading for 2016 thus far.
Proactive Investors today shared news that accesso CEO Tom Burnet will now take the role of executive chairman of the board, while COO Steve Brown will succeed him as CEO.
Orlando Sentinel reporter Paul Brinkmann shared news of Steve Brown’s promotion from chief operating officer at accesso to chief executive officer and president.
Morningstar shared news of executive level changes and promotions at accesso, as well as an update on trading thus far in 2016.
accesso Technology Group plc announced Tom Burnet has been appointed executive chairman of the board while current chief operating officer Steve Brown has been promoted to chief executive officer.
Blooloop shared news today that accesso has rebranded its ShoWare ticketing solution to accesso ShoWareSM.
Blooloop shared news today that accesso, leading provider of technology solutions to the entertainment industry, has extended its existing ticketing and queuing agreements with Six Flags until 2025.
BDaily reporter Billy Wood shared news today of accesso‘s contract extension with Six Flags Entertainment Corporation into 2025.
Blooloop today shared news of four executive promotions at accesso, a move made to support the company’s growing global footprint.
Blooloop recently shared news that Blackpool Pleasure Beach has expanded its partnership with accesso.
Orlando Sentinel reporter Paul Brinkmann recently spoke to accesso COO Steve Brown about the company’s growth and expansion.
Blooloop recently shared news that accesso will provide the fully-hosted accesso Passport ticketing solution for One World Observatory, the three-story Observatory atop the One World Trade Center in New York, NY
Blooloop recently shared news of accesso‘s three newest contract wins for the accesso Siriusware product line, including Taos Ski Valley, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
Blooloop today shared news of Dreamworld’s recent five year contract extension with accesso Technology Group, plc to continue using the award-winning accesso LoQueueSM virtual queuing solutions.
This is Money today shared news of accesso Technology Group’s contract extension with Australian theme park, Dreamworld.
Reporter Kath Hudson of Attractions Management magazine recently penned an article examining the advancement of ticketing systems and the many current and upcoming trends improving guest experiences and expanding the operator’s bottom line.
Reporter Sandra Pedicini of the Orlando Sentinel shared news this morning that accesso Technology Group plc has signed an exclusive long-term agreement with Merlin Entertainments Group Ltd. to provide ticketing and eCommerce services across the operator’s global portfolio.
Blooloop shared news today that accesso Technology Group plc has signed an exclusive long term agreement with Merlin Entertainments Group Ltd to deploy the accesso Passport® ticketing suite’s fully hosted onsite and eCommerce solutions across the operator’s global portfolio.
Blooloop recently shared news of 16 new contract wins for accesso.
Orlando Sentinel reporters Sandra Pedicini and Caitlin Dineen recently published news of accesso‘s newest contract with Malaysia’s newest theme park, Movie Animation Park Studios, which appeared in the June 29, 2015 edition of the paper.
Blooloop today shared news of accesso‘s most recent partnership with Malaysia’s Movie Animation Park Studios, which will implement the accesso LoQueueSM smartphone virtual queuing solution, QsmartSM.
Blooloop recently shared news that accesso has won The Queen’s Award for Innovation in recognition of the accesso LoQueue virtual queuing solution, which allows visitors to reserve their place in line virtually using a proprietary handheld device, smart phone or RFID wristband.
Blooloop recently shared news of the rebranding of Siriusware Salespoint Solutions to accesso SiriuswareSM.
Blooloop recently shared news from accesso® announcing the rebranding of Siriusware Salespoint Solutions, which will now be the accesso SiriuswareSM solution
London South East recently shared news of 11 new client wins for accesso’s ShoWare division, which was acquired by the company in November 2014.
Park World Magazine recently published a panel discussion between TJ Christensen, senior vice president of business development for North America and Europe at accesso®; John Gibson of Best Union UK/OmniTicket Network; and Balaji Venugopal, founder and director of Semnox Solutions in India.
Reporter Michael Barris of Mobile Commerce Daily recently shared news of Nashville Zoo’s adoption of the accesso Passport® ticketing suite for their onsite and online ticketing
Blooloop recently shared news of accesso®‘s newest contract win with Nashville Zoo, which will utilize the accesso Passport® ticketing solution for onsite ticket sales as well as advance online ticket sales on smartphones, tablets and desktop computers.
Blooloop recently shared news of accesso ‘s new three-year agreement to provide the accesso Passport®ticketing solution to Navy Pier in Chicago.
Reporter Cody Hooks of The Taos News recently shared an article highlighting the success of Siriusware® technology in an area known for being “low-tech.”
The Business Journal recently shared news of 11 contract wins and one renewal for accesso‘s newest acquisition, ShoWare.
Blooloop recently published an article detailing 11 contract wins and one renewal for accesso‘s recent acquisition, ShoWare.
Blooloop recently published an article detailing four new contract wins for accesso‘s Siriusware Salespoint Solutions.
Orlando Sentinel reporter Dewayne Bevil shared news of accesso’s Best New Product award from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions for its accesso Passport® eCommerce solution.
Orlando Sentinel reporter Sandra Pedicini recently shared news of accesso’s efforts to create a queueless theme park experience, including a trial with a major European theme park.
Interpark recently shared the news that accesso has extended its relationship with attractions operator Palace Entertainment for three more years
Blooloop recently shared news of accesso’s next generation design for its QbandSM, a wearable virtual queuing solution for water parks.
Reporter Matthew Richardson of the Orlando Business Journal shared news of accesso’s expanded relationship with Merlin Entertainments, which will trial the accesso Passport® ticketing suite at 4 Central Florida locations…
Orlando Sentinel reporter Sandra Pedicini recently reported that Merlin Entertainments will test the accesso Passport® ticketing suite at four Central Florida locations, including the Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds Orlando, Legoland Florida and SEA LIFE Orlando.
Blooloop recently shared an update detailing the appointment of Andrew Jacobs as accesso Managing Director, Europe. Based in the UK, Jacobs will lead the expansion of accesso‘s queuing and ticketing solutions across Europe.
Blooloop recently reported on accesso’s interim results, including details of significant contract wins and platform advancements that have been completed this year.
Orlando Business Journal reporter Matthew Richardson recently spoke to accesso® CEO Tom Burnet about the company’s new technology, Q100, which seeks to eliminate theme park lines completely.
accesso CEO Tom Burnet recently spoke to reporter Matthew Richardson of the Orlando Business Journal about accesso’s partnership with the South Korean firm Vision Works Global.
Orlando Sentinel reporter Sandra Pedicini recently reported on accesso’s new partnership with Vision Works Global, and spoke to accesso CEO Tom Burnet about the company’s plans for growth.
Orlando Business Journal reporter Matthew Richardson recently spoke to accesso CEO, Tom Burnet, about plans to add approximately 15 employees to accesso’s Lake Mary, Fla. office.
Breaking Travel News recently reported on the extension of the accesso LoQueue Qbot solution and addition of the Qsmart solution to LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, a part of Merlin Entertainments Group.
Reporter Peter Campbell of Mail Online recently shared insights on accesso‘s expansion into the Asian attractions market.
TAOS, NM (17-March-2014) – Siriusware, a division of accesso Technology Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the premier technology provider to the global attractions industry, today announced five major contract wins.
ORLANDO (3‑March-2014) Blooloop recently interviewed accesso CEO Tom Burnet.
ORLANDO (13-February-2014) –The SeasonPass Podcast team recently interviewed accesso CEO Tom Burnet at IAAPA 2013 and learned the back story behind the development of accesso LoQueue’s virtual queuing technology.
Albuquerque Business First Morning Edition reported on Siriusware’s recent acquisition by accesso®.
Orlando Sentinel staff reporter Jason Garcia recently interviewed Tom Burnet, chief executive officer of accesso ®, about the growth potential of e‑ticketing and virtual queuing.
Orlando Sentinel reporters, Jason Garcia and Sara K. Clarke, shared details of accesso‘s new name and vision.
News 13 entertainment reporter and anchor, Allison Walker, called out accesso LoQueueSM virtual queuing solutions as one of her favorite new technologies presented at the 2013 IAAPA Attractions Expo.
Lo‑Q CEO, Tom Burnet, was interviewed by reporter Adrian Lennox for Interpark magazine.
The Orlando Sentinel published an article on accesso’s partnership with Cedar Fair Entertainment Co.
Lo‑Q CEO, Tom Burnet, spoke with Blooloop about joining the Lo‑Q team and his ambitious strategy to kick-start future growth.
Blooloop’s Chad Emerson caught up with TJ Christensen, Director of Business Development at accesso to discuss why attractions should “stay ahead of the curve,” especially when it comes to mobile technology and its implications for the guest experience.
In an exclusive Blooloop interview Janel Pisorchik, Director of Business Operations of accesso, shares her unique perspective on the evolution of automated theme park ticketing solutions.
In an exclusive Blooloop interview Steven K. Brown, CEO of accesso, shares his unique perspective on entertainment and theme park ticketing strategies and the importance of eCommerce.