We may have “rounded the corner” on a new year, but many things remain the same, including COVID-related restrictions and enforcements that affect the way we work. Bottom line: our temporary remote-work setups might be sticking around for a bit longer.
Proactive Investors shared an update on accesso, noting “The provider of queuing, ticketing and planning software said it now expects to deliver revenue of ‘not less than US$55mln’ for 2020 with net cash of just under US$30mln.” The company also said that despite the impact of the pandemic, underlying market opportunity “remains intact” and it “continued to perform strongly when customer venues are open.”
As we see industries gradually begin to reopen and redefine what the “New Normal” will look like, many organizations are using technology to meet the growing expectations of guests for a safe experience. Research done by Sedco has concluded that 84% of customers expect brands to find ways to maximize digital interaction to keep them safe. Whether it’s thinking outside of the box or returning to core principles of crowd management, there are many ways that your technology can help. Read on to discover 4 ways to use technology for social distancing.
Last month, we introduced you to five essential box office ticketing software features to help your venue reopen safely, starting with our new Live Streaming integration then moving onto Spaced Seating. Next, we covered a great way to boost patron loyalty and keep funds in-house with Online Patron Credits. Then, accesso Sales Engineer Missy Chamberlain walked venue operators through using Themes for Contact Tracing, and for our final installment, we are focused on keeping your guests informed with a new area for Special Messaging within the accesso ShoWare platform.