From August, the museum will deploy Accesso’s Siriusware and Passport solutions.
The Siriusware software will be the backbone of the museum’s admissions process, giving visitors a “hassle-free ticketing experience”, while providing the museum with valuable guest metrics.
As for the accesso Passport suite, that will give the museum chance to upsell and cross-sell its products when guests log onto its website.
Accesso said this kind of multi-product deployment is “increasingly typical” of how clients are looking to engage with it.
“Through the joint deployment of our innovative Accesso Siriusware and Accesso Passport solutions to support ticketing, admissions and eCommerce, we're freeing up the museum's team to focus on what they do best,” said Accesso chief executive Paul Noland.
In afternoon trading, shares in accesso Technology were 1.9% higher at 810p, with analysts at ‘house’’ broker Peel Hunt reiterating a price target of 1,145p and a ‘buy’ rating on the stock.
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