Siriusware Signs On Five Major Attractions.

Siriusware Signs On Five Major Attractions.

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.

Agree­ments have been signed with iFLY Vir­ginia Beach, Jasper Tramway Acqui­si­tion Cor­po­ra­tion, African Lion Safari & Game Farm LTD., Holo­caust Muse­um Hous­ton and the Nation­al Aquar­i­um in Bal­ti­more for a vari­ety of Sir­iusware Sale­s­point Solu­tions that include eCom­merce, Front Gate, Access Con­trol, Group Sales, Mem­ber­ships, Kiosks and Retail. 

We are hon­ored to be work­ing with such a dis­tin­guished col­lec­tion of attrac­tions, and look for­ward to part­ner­ing with all of them to help them opti­mize their sales strate­gies, and pre­pare for peak sea­son,” said Mark Dane­mann, Sir­iusware president. 

The flex­i­bil­i­ty of Sir­iuswares solu­tions com­bined with the software’s abil­i­ty to inte­grate with exist­ing data sys­tems were key dri­vers that led all five venues to select Sir­iusware as a vendor. 


About acces­so Tech­nol­o­gy Group: acces­so (AIM: ACSO) is the pre­mier tech­nol­o­gy solu­tions provider to the glob­al attrac­tions and leisure indus­try. The company’s patent­ed and award-win­ning solu­tions dri­ve increased rev­enue for attrac­tion oper­a­tors by sig­nif­i­cant­ly improv­ing the most impor­tant part of an attrac­tion vis­it: the guest experience. 

The company’s Sir­iusware divi­sion is a lead­ing tick­et­ing and guest man­age­ment point-of-sale tech­nol­o­gy provider to the attrac­tions and leisure indus­tries. Sir­iusware solu­tions are used at more than 250 amuse­ment and water parks, muse­ums and attrac­tions in six coun­tries. In addi­tion to tick­et­ing, Sir­iusware offers mem­ber­ship, retail, food and bev­er­age, group sched­ul­ing, reser­va­tions and a host of oth­er solu­tions all com­plete­ly inte­grat­ed into a seam­less package. 

About iFLY Virig­i­na Beach: Vir­ginia Beach is the first city in Vir­ginia to land an iFLY indoor sky­div­ing facil­i­ty. Sched­uled to open in fall 2014, iFLY Vir­gina Beach will be the 27th ver­ti­cal wind tun­nel built by Austin-based iFLY and will boast a 14′-diameter wind tun­nel capa­ble of speeds of up to 160 mph. Cus­tomers fly accom­pa­nied by a cer­ti­fied instruc­tor and fly at their own lev­el of com­fort, from a few feet off the ground with basic bel­ly fly­ing to more aer­i­al gym­nas­tics maneu­vers at greater heights based on lev­el of expe­ri­ence. For more infor­ma­tion – www​.vir​gini​abeach​.ifly​world​.com.

About Jasper Tramway Acqui­si­tion Cor­po­ra­tion: Based in Jasper Nation­al Park in Alber­ta, Jasper Tramway is the longest and high­est guid­ed aer­i­al tramway in Cana­da and the only guid­ed aer­i­al rope­way in the Cana­di­an Rock­ies. The Tramway pro­vides vis­i­tors unprece­dent­ed views of six moun­tain ranges, glacial fed lakes, the Athabas­ca riv­er (Alberta’s longest) and the scenic moun­tain town-site of Jasper. For more infor­ma­tion – www​.jasper​sky​tram​.com.

About African Lion Safari & Game Farm LTD: Canada’s Orig­i­nal Safari Adven­ture, African Lion Safari has been bring­ing majes­tic ani­mals and exot­ic birds to Cana­di­ans for more than 40 years. With over 1,000 exot­ic birds and over 100 dif­fer­ent species of ani­mals, there’s a lot for guests to see as they dri­ve through the wildlife park. For more infor­ma­tion – www​.lion​sa​fari​.com.

About Holo­caust Muse­um Hous­ton: Ded­i­cat­ed to edu­cat­ing peo­ple about the Holo­caust and remem­ber­ing the 6 mil­lion Jews and oth­er inno­cent vic­tims and hon­or­ing the sur­vivors’ lega­cy, Holo­caust Muse­um Hous­ton uses the lessons of the Holo­caust and oth­er geno­cides to teach the dan­gers of hatred, prej­u­dice and apa­thy. Charged with edu­cat­ing stu­dents and the pub­lic about the dan­gers of prej­u­dice and hatred in soci­ety, Holo­caust Muse­um Hous­ton opened its doors in March of 1996. Since that time, impas­sioned notes, poems, art­work and oth­er gifts, from school chil­dren and adults alike, attest to the life-chang­ing thoughts gen­er­at­ed by just one vis­it to this unique facility. 

About Nation­al Aquar­i­um Bal­ti­more: This non­prof­it aquat­ic edu­ca­tion and con­ser­va­tion orga­ni­za­tion inspires con­ser­va­tion of the world’s aquat­ic trea­sures. Its liv­ing col­lec­tion includes over 17,000 ani­mals from more than 750 species of fish, birds, amphib­ians, rep­tiles, and mam­mals all resid­ing in award-win­ning, nat­u­ral­is­tic habitats.