June 20, 2019 – We have worked in collaboration with our clients to help reduce queues, improve customer experience and satisfaction, and ensure their operations are ready for future developments and expectations.

José María Sánchez, Operations Manager for City Sightseeing, said: “City Sightseeing Worldwide have been delighted to work with PrioTicket to be the first in-destination travel company in the world to use this brand new hop-on hop-off validator tool across our worldwide operations. We are confident this new technology will allow more of our global visitors to redeem their tickets in a way that suits them.”

Following the expected worldwide rollout of this new redemption opportunity, PrioTicket is now focusing on delivering even more redemption mechanisms to suit different business needs.

PrioTicket CEO Gert-Jan Ruiter said: “This is just the start of a journey to realize our vision to connect the world through technology. Every time we launch a product, development or improvement to existing capabilities, we are always looking for ways to make the customer journey more efficient, and make their user experience the best it can be.

By working to deliver client needs at every stage, we are making sure they are well equipped to keep on innovating with their product offering, and reach more people around the world.”

The Prio XS Validator redeems a variety of barcodes, has integrated NFC technology for contactless redemptions and accepts EMV payments. This offers a next level easy access dimension for attractions.

For more information, contact sales ( @ ) prioticket dot com or visit www.prioticket.com/products to see how PrioTicket is changing the ticket experience.


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