Danish software developer, Mobaro Park, has hired a US-based Executive Business Developer to ‘win the hearts and minds’ of America’s amusement and leisure industry.
Steve Boney will be sharing the benefits of the company’s digital safety and maintenance software with professionals across the region.
“It’s gotten off to a great start in Europe, ” says Boney. “A number of leading attractions have taken a liking to the product. And, now we seek to include the American parks as well.”
Mobaro Park says that a move away from paper checklists and workflows to digital systems is a natural progression for a safety-conscious industry.
Boney is clear that a dynamic mobile information system makes the same information more effective. He says staff and management benefit from better knowledge, safety and time management, which traditionally translates into a more profitable park.
Mobaro Park has already successfully moved a number of parks and attractions over to a paperless system.
“The vibe from the industry is good, ” confirms Boney. “And from the looks of things, they want to hear more about going digital.”