Our prestigious customer Blenheim Palace is teaming up with Oxford Brookes University to develop innovative approaches to smart tourism and heritage management through AI-enabled real-time data.
This year has been difficult for many industries, especially the visitor attractions sector. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, England finds itself in lockdown for a second time, meaning the industry has taken another financial blow.
Now more than ever, having a well-functioning website that provides a good user experience is extremely important. Due to the post-pandemic rules, Visitor Attractions are now offering Advance Admission tickets online so they can ensure social distancing is being practiced in their venue. This has led to a change in customer behaviour. Customers must now […]
An electronic point of sale (EPOS) system is a powerful solution that connects back-office and floor operations to create a streamlined process within your visitor attraction. This type of system interlinks all operations at your venue or visitor attraction and offers increased interconnection between your business processes.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has led to a highly anxious time, especially for those in the attraction and tourism sector.
As technology continues to move forward, and with guidance from the government following the lockdown, more and more attractions across the country are installing visitor management software.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has affected people, businesses and industries across the globe, and as lockdown continues to ease, we are faced with a “new normal”.