Mobaro, a provider of online maintenance and safety solutions, has announced a partnership to digitize park safety and maintenance across all Looping Group parks. Mobaro’s solutions will roll out across the 15 sites throughout 2019.
Mobaro were chosen for this project by Looping Group, which is aiming to digitally empower its park staff, optimize operations and provide a safe, comfortable experience for all park visitors. The digital solution will improve communication and enable better sharing of information, both inside the parks and across the whole company.
Charles Bennet is the COO of Looping Group. He says, “Mobaro will help to secure the content and the execution of safety, maintenance and operational procedures across our parks which are located in different countries. Smooth digitization will eliminate filling out various paper forms, making multiple phone calls, and other manual tasks; and make those processes seamless.”
Looping Group decided to work with Mobaro on this undertaking due to the company’s full turnkey solution. Mobaro provides an industry-specific digital tool which is easy to use and is widely recognized by industry experts. Bennet adds, “On the short term, this comforts us that our teams will easily adhere and take over a performant tool. On the longer term, we are confident that the platform will evolve, connect more and more actors and remain at the forefront with latest industry innovations and practices.”
Work is already underway
The project has already begun, with Mobaro performing site visits at several of Looping Group’s bigger sites, for example, Pleasurewood Hills in the UK. The safety and maintenance departments of all 15 parks will be digitized, with the installations running throughout 2019. Looping Group views this as a positive step for its parks. “Mobaro will become the control tower of our parks’ safety, maintenance and operations. We ambition that more and more of our employees connect to the platform, for optimized operations & maintenance and more fun in full comfort & safety for our visitors!” says Bennet.
At the Mobaro headquarters in Denmark, work on the project is already in full swing. “We are absolutely thrilled to get the opportunity to work with the Looping Group team,” says Jens Holm-Møller, Mobaro co-founder. “Since the amusement industry have a high level of duty of care for both guests and staff, we are proud that Mobaro can support safety and maintenance across the industry.”
The company is a popular choice for parks wanting digital safety and maintenance solutions. Several UK parks signed up with Mobaro in 2018, including Paultons Park and Folly Farm.