The British Museum, although an entry free attraction, occasionally displays some exhibitions for which payment is required. Having a website from which to offer bookings and receive payment was alright but the museum wanted their visitors to be able to collect their tickets from kiosks in the building itself. Acquire was commissioned by the British Museum to develop a "queue busting" application that would allow visitors to print tickets without waiting in line.
King Soopers, a division of the Kroger Corp., worked with Livewire to develop a self-service solution for the sale of discounted ski lift tickets, baseball, concert and amusement park tickets. Download now.
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Retail outlets in Colorado were looking for a way to automate their ski lift ticket sales so their staff could focus on selling higher margin equipment and provide better service to their customers. The goal for Livewire was to develop a solution to all of this problem, resulting in significant benefit to all parties involved. Download now.
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SITA Airport services sought to create a self-service airline check-in kiosk designed for collaborative passenger check-in across multiple airlines. Utilizing the CUSS platform and KIOSK custom designed hardware, SITA Airport Services successfully created a turnkey check-in solution. Download now.
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For as long as people can remember, waiting in line to buy a ticket to the latest movie was a tolerated, but annoying part of the movie theatre experience. Omniterm Data Technology offered a better, more convenient way for movie-goers to purchase tickets and concessions.