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Accesso inks agreements with 18 new partners

By Josh White

Date: Wednesday 18 Jan 2023

Accesso inks agreements with 18 new partners

(Sharecast News) - Attractions and venues technology provider Accesso announced on Wednesday that it has signed strategic agreements with 18 new partners within the theme parks and attractions, ski, hospitality, cultural and zoo markets across both the UK and the United States.
The AIM-traded firm said the new clients would leverage a mix of the accesso 'Passport' e-commerce ticketing suite, the accesso 'Siriusware' point-of-sale ticketing solution, the accesso 'ShoWare' live event ticketing platform, and its guest experience management platform to "redefine the guest experience" at their venues.

It said 10 new clients would harness the power of the Accesso Passport ticketing solution to make "meaningful connections" with guests in the pre-trip planning process, including Battersea Power Station in London.

Of those 10 clients, five would also leverage the Accesso Siriusware platform to simplify operations while driving greater sales onsite.

The company said that set of combination clients included Snowy Range Ski Area in Centennial, Wyoming; San Francisco Zoo; and two properties owned by Lazarus Entertainment Group, at which Accesso's mobile food and beverage ordering solution was also being used to deliver an enhanced, on-the-go dining experience for guests.

Elsewhere, the Accesso Siriusware platform would be used by Willamette Pass Resort in Crescent Lake, Oregon to "flexibly manage" onsite operations, and to offer "fast and easy" transactions for guests.

Accesso's ShoWare platform meanwhile welcomed six new clients including the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, Georgia, and the McPherson Opera House in McPherson, Kansas, enhancing ticketing operations at the venues.

Finally, the firm's guest experience management platform would be used by Timberline Mountain - a popular ski area in Davis, West Virginia - to deliver personalisation at scale and an "immersive on-the-mountain experience", available to guests via a mobile app.

"2022 was a strong year for Accesso, and we're pleased to have closed out the year welcoming such a unique set of new partners to our worldwide client network," said chief executive officer Steve Brown.

"The multi-solution nature of the wins underlines the highly differentiated nature of our mobile-first technology.

"We look forward to deepening our global footprint even further in 2023, helping operators unlock new opportunities to drive revenue and deliver a better guest experience in the process."

At 1422 GMT, shares in Accesso Technology Group were down 1.46% at 812p.

Reporting by Josh White for Sharecast.com.


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