Vennersys, the integrated ticketing, retail and visitor management company, is celebrating the fact that it has welcomed 21 new customers so far this year. As a result of the pandemic, there is more demand than ever for a visitor management system that can be put in place and is ready to go fast.
The company’s solution can be implemented quickly without large upfront costs, meaning that its customers can provide great service while also keeping within the latest regulations to keep visitors safe.
Meeting the challenges of the pandemic
Vennersys provides a range of packages to suit attractions of all sizes, enabling mobile food ordering, time and capacity-controlled bookings and a self-service member portal that allows members to change their booking slots.
It is also working on developing the product further, and will soon be bringing out a no/low code integration platform, in order to simplify connecting systems together, and integration to TXGB to connect with online travel agents (OTAs).
Vennersys’ latest customers come from across the visitor attractions sector, from museums and historic houses to farm parks, country parks and theatres. The tailored solution is now in use at several locations, including Dorset Museum, Hurst Castle, Nothe Fort, Great British Car Journey, Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Hall Place & Gardens, British Motor Museum and Vindolanda Trust.
“We are proud that we have grown and diversified our customer base,” says Paul Harding, Managing Director. “Our solution, VenposCloud, is ideal for a range of visitor attractions. We have risen to the challenge of the pandemic and modified our solution so it can simultaneously allow attractions to use safety restrictions and provide them with all the features necessary for their industry. We are looking forward to continued growth and development and welcoming more new customers.”
The company was also recently chosen to provide the Visitor Management System for Nothe Fort, a museum and family attraction in Weymouth, UK