Accesso Technology Group PLC (LON: ACSO, OTC: LOQPF ) said it had won contracts with 18 new clients by the end of the year, including theme parks, zoos and ski resorts, for its E-commerce, ticketing and guest management platform.
Steve Brown, the company’s CEO, said in a statement: “2022 will be a strong year for accesso and we are delighted to end the year by welcoming such a unique new partner to our global clientele The internet.
“Victory’s multi-solution nature underscores the highly differentiated nature of our mobile-first technology. We look forward to further deepening our global footprint in 2023, helping operators unlock new opportunities to grow revenue and deliver better services in the process.” Customer Experience.”
Ten of the new customers used the accesso Passport eCommerce ticketing suite, including Battersea Power Station’s shopping centre.
Five of the 10 will also use the accesso Siriusware point-of-sale ticketing solution for food and beverage ordering, including the Snowy Range Ski Area in Centennial, Wyoming; the San Francisco Zoo in California; and two attractions owned by Lazarus Entertainment Group.
Willamette Pass Resort in Lake Crescent, Oregon will also use the accesso Siriusware platform to manage on-site operations and transactions for guests.
Accesso’s ShoWare live event ticketing platform has been adopted by clients including the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, Georgia; and the McPherson Opera House in McPherson, Kanas.
The Timberline Mountain ski area in Davis, West Virginia, will use a customer experience management platform to enable personalization through a mobile app.