Dreamworld Extends Contract with accesso for Virtual Queuing Technology

Dreamworld Extends Contract with **accesso** for Virtual Queuing Technology

Australia’s Biggest Theme Park on the Gold Coast to Fea­ture acces­so LoQueue Solu­tions For Anoth­er 5 Years

LON­DON (13-August-2015) – acces­so Tech­nol­o­gy Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the pre­mier tech­nol­o­gy solu­tions provider to leisure, enter­tain­ment and cul­tur­al mar­kets, has signed a 5‑year con­tract exten­sion with Dream­world, one of Aus­trali­a’s pre­mier theme parks, to con­tin­ue pro­vid­ing acces­so LoQueue vir­tu­al queu­ing solutions. 

Dream­world will uti­lize both the smart­phone-pow­ered Qsmart and the patent­ed Qbot vir­tu­al queu­ing device to pro­vide flex­i­ble options for guests using the ser­vice. Known as Q4U” at Dream­world, accesso’s award-win­ning solu­tions allow users to wait for their ride with­out hav­ing to stand in line. Instead, they reserve their place in a queue elec­tron­i­cal­ly and are noti­fied when it’s their turn to ride. 

Accesso’s tech­nol­o­gy is wild­ly pop­u­lar with our Dream­world guests and has helped improve our guest ser­vice scores, as well as dri­ve sig­nif­i­cant incre­men­tal rev­enue for us,” said Craig David­son, Dream­world CEO

Used by more than 11 mil­lion guests since 2001, acces­so LoQueue vir­tu­al queu­ing solu­tions are deliv­ered via the smart­phone-based Qsmart; the water­proof RFID wrist­band Qband; or the orig­i­nal hand­held device — Qbot.

Dream­world was the first theme park in Aus­tralia to embrace Acces­so LoQueue tech­nol­o­gy and this con­tract exten­sion is anoth­er impor­tant vote of con­fi­dence in the val­ue and capa­bil­i­ty of our tech­nol­o­gy”, said Tom Bur­net, acces­so CEO