From ski resorts to cultural institutions, attractions around the world share a common goal– to provide a positive guest experience to every person who walks through their entrance. One important component of the guest experience that often gets overlooked is the food and beverage experience. Whether your venue requires quick service, bar service, table service, or even kiosks, our accesso Siriusware Food and Beverage modules feature cutting-edge technology that gives your guests a convenient, engaging and intuitive experience that can help reduce long lines, drive revenue and improve guest satisfaction.
Still using lengthy and easily-misplaced paper forms to track and manage your camp registration? What if we told you there is a better way? Whether you manage a theme park, a ski resort or a museum, our new Camps feature can streamline the online camp registration process for your organization. Watch as accesso Sales Engineer Stephanie Horwath introduces this innovative new feature in a demo and continue reading to uncover how beneficial this feature can be for your venue.
We are excited to debut the first of three products designed to shape the future of mobile applications for our accesso Siriusware point-of-sale solution – our new QuickScan application! This new solution combines the software of ScanMan with a beautiful, angular front end that is compatible with Android® Mobile, and also includes new features to help you streamline your access control operations onsite.
We’re excited to announce the latest enhancement in our accesso ShoWare box office solution, Location-Based Qualifiers! Qualifiers empower venues to facilitate seamless marketing campaigns. The first phase in this release brought the ability to set performance-level credit card restrictions, meaning that a theatre could offer exclusive AmEx pre-sales for specific performances with just a few clicks in the back-end. With this second phase, it’s even easier to run promotions with special partners and set aside inventory for group sales. Director of Client Success Joe Wettstead and Product Analyst Kate MacBean-Valverde introduce us to the many benefits and opportunities for utilizing Qualifiers Phase 2 and provide a demo in our latest learning series video.
When it’s time for a special event, there’s no greater feeling than knowing you’ve sold exactly 100% of your available tickets. When your systems are out of sync, however, that feeling of satisfaction can quickly turn to anxiety – all it takes is one ticket sold over the threshold to create a customer service nightmare! Fear not, because our accesso Siriusware point-of-sale solution comes equipped with Capacity Control features that help you seamlessly manage your inventory and maximize sales at your venue. Watch our video to see a demo presented by Sales Engineer Stephanie Horwath, and read on to discover best practices for using Capacity Control in a variety of situations.
At accesso, we are constantly refining our innovative product solutions through new enhancements that increase revenue and streamline processes for our clients. Many of our team members have backgrounds across the leisure and entertainment industries, which allows us to leverage first-hand knowledge of both the guest and operator experience as we develop our products. When we hear about solutions that could reduce operational complexities while driving profitable growth, we do our best to capitalize on those opportunities. One such example is our new Print On Demand feature for our accesso ShoWare event ticketing solution.
It’s the day of the big championship game at your ice hockey arena, or perhaps it’s hours before your theatre opens the house for your sold-out matinee. One of your biggest sponsors wants to return some tickets. Maybe it’s an executive who purchased your best luxury suite, or it’s the donor who made a $5,000 contribution to your Education fund. She swings by the box office to make what she expects will be an easy return. Your new ticketing associate, not knowing the identity of this patron, replies with a cheery but firm, “Sorry, no refunds or exchanges.” The donor begrudgingly walks away, questioning their continued participation with your organization. But what if we told you there was a way to avoid all of this?