04 July 2019Wenworth Woodhouse selects Vennersys to supply Ticketing and EPOS System
Vennersys has been chosen to partner with Wentworth Woodhouse. Wentworth Woodhouse recently implemented VenposCloud, the Ticketing and EPOS System from Vennersys. VenposCloud unifies ticketing, memberships, event management, reporting, retail and hospitality into one user-friendly platform.
This Historic House is a beautiful Grade 1 listed stately home surrounded by 97 acres of sumptuous gardens and grounds. The captivating home also includes a deer park and lakes. The idyllic grounds offer a striking setting for events. Throughout the year a series of events take place in the grounds including an outdoor film festival, a classic car show, outdoor plays and musical concerts. Wentworth Woodhouse is also a coveted location for weddings and Film and TV. Visitors can also participate in house and garden tours where they can learn more about the fascinating history of this special attraction.
VenposCloud swiftly processes walk up tickets and admissions leading to reduced queue’s and waiting times for Wenworth Woodhouse. In addition, our system will allow the Historic House to sell advance and timed tickets for events and capacity limited experiences. The Venpos Event Management module is perfect for Wentworth Woodhouse as you can create and manage a range of events from the system as well as facilitating ticket sales for events. VenposCRM facilitates a more detailed capture of visitor information and the reporting module enables you to analyse visitor numbers and visitor spend.
Lisa Bentham, Operations Associate Director comments, “We’re very happy to be the chosen supplier for Wentworth Woodhouse. They are a welcome addition to our Historic Houses client base which includes the renowned Blenheim Palace. In recent years we’ve spent a lot of effort in ensuring our system can support Historic Houses in increasing revenue, improving customer relationships and visitor experience. We’re excited to share this expertise with Wentworth Woodhouse.”