Mobaro, a provider of online maintenance and safety solutions, has announced that it is helping the Natural History Museum to meet expected standards thanks to its tool for central operations, safety and visitor satisfaction feedback.
Mobaro is pleased to be helping London’s much-loved Natural History Museum to optimise its central operations processes across the whole institution. Since implementing the tool from Mobaro, which brings together central operations, safety and visitor satisfaction feedback, the museum can now document and visualise procedures, as well as taking action quickly when needed.
The Mobaro solution used by the museum is an advanced combination of digital checks and real-time reporting.
“This method of working has allowed us to really visualise the museum’s day-to-day operations, says James Nicholson, Senior Operations Manager at the Natural History Museum. “And the results and insights that we are seeing allow us to action the work required to meet the standards we want to see.”
Over the last four years, Mobaro has assisted many attractions in transforming their existing processes within safety, maintenance and operations. The company’s solution helps by digitising and interconnecting workflows within the platform. This means that clients are can see the structure and overview at their fingertips, and can quickly resolve any issues in order to maintain satisfactory performance.
Recently, Mobaro has been working with an increased number of clients in the more classical realms of leisure and tourism. “We are seeing increasing interest from museums and heritage, especially in the UK, for the kind of digitisation that we provide,” says Henrik Have, CEO at Mobaro. The company currently serves over 90 clients across the leisure, sport & entertainments industries globally. It has divisions in Europe, UK and USA.
Earlier this year, Mobaro was presented with a prize as PortAventura World’s preferred digitisation supplier. The park held the awards event to celebrate its trusted suppliers.