accesso Technology Group plc, the premier technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry, has announced significant new agreements for Siriusware with prestigious clients from the US cultural attractions sector sector.
accesso has signed agreements with the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, Philadelphia Museum of Art and Pacific Science Center in Seattle to provide Siriusware Salespoint Solutions, including eCommerce, Front Gate Ticketing, Access Control, Group Sales, Memberships, Kiosks, Food and Beverage and Retail functions.
Siriusware was acquired by the accesso Group in December 2013, as part of CEO Tom Burnet’s strategy for growth. This announcement demonstrates the effectiveness of targeting adjacent vertical sectors in the leisure market which will ultimately expand the potential customer base for accesso’s full product range.
Commenting on the announcement, Burnet, said, “I am very pleased to see our Siriusware business continue to go from strength to strength, not only delivering new clients, but opening up new verticals for the entire Group to target. One of the biggest challenges cultural attractions face is integrating technology into the guest experience. I am delighted that we are able to help them meet that challenge and, in so doing, re-energise guest enthusiasm for such a tremendous range of cultural attractions like those we’re proud to announce today.”
Image: The Pacific Science Center in Seattle, one of four prestigious cultural venues in the U.S. that recently have signed agreements to leverage accesso's Siriusware Salespoint solutions.