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Semnox Solutions partners with Redeam

Semnox clients will now benefit from Redeam’s industry-leading connection technology


Semnox Solutions, a provider of technology for the entertainment and amusement industry, has announced a new partnership with Redeam, an independent global connectivity stack with digitized channel management and contactless voucher redemption/reconciliation solutions for the Things To Do sector.

This will allow Semnox clients to access Redeam’s platform for connecting with multiple distribution channels, without needing to maintain or validate each channel separately.

Customer-centric solutions

Redeam has integrated with online travel agents (OTAs) across the globe. The new partnership between the two companies will give Semnox’s clients a simple way of selling more tickets to a wider audience. This will also reduce manual efforts for synchronising sales and reconciling tickets, as well as offering the end customer an easier, stress-free check-in process.

“Redeam continuously looks for partners that align with our innovative, customer-centric, solutions approach to the industry, and Semnox is a perfect example of such a partner,” says Redeam Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Business Development Martin Harlow. “As we expand deeper across the Experiences and Things to Do vertical into events and live venues, for example, Redeam will be able to offer even more connectivity options for Semnox clients.”

 “We are very enthusiastic about our partnership with Redeam,” says Ashish KS, Group Client Manager, Semnox Solutions “Redeam is an industry leader providing a one-stop solution for OTA integrations across various platforms and continues to grow rapidly. We believe that together, Semnox and Redeam can expand the reach of venues beyond what they ever had before and all in an automated, streamlined, and the most efficient way.”

Semnox also recently announced a new Falcon release for its Parafait and Tixera solutions, which includes the capability to sell recurring memberships, otherwise known as subscriptions. This allows its customers to benefit from recurring income, as well as the chance to look at how they can increase value for returning visitors.

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Charlotte Coates is blooloop's Editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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