Boyertown, PA, USA — Gateway Ticketing Systems is pleased to announce that its flagship product, Galaxy, has been successfully implemented at the Emirates Park Zoo in Abu Dhabi. The Zoo, which is located just outside the UAE capital city, previously employed a manual system and has been very excited to automate their ticketing and access control processes. The software and hardware implementation is part of a significant expansion at the Zoo that includes the addition of new facilities. In addition to the operational changes, the expansion project will provide an increase in the variety and numbers of animals at the Zoo, bringing their number up to 2000 animals, and will include the first green anaconda in the UAE.
The project was managed by Prologic First Dubai, a Gateway Value Added Reseller. Vice-President of Prologic First Dubai, Amit Sharda, is excited about how the installation will help the Emirates Park Zoo reach its goal of further enhancing its services and improving the guest experience to the park: “As an authorized Gateway reseller, Prologic First has continued to retain their leadership position in Ticketing and Access Control Solutions in the Middle East. Emirates Park Zoo is our first installation in the Capital of the UAE. We are extremely excited to continue our long standing relationship with the Zoo and be part of their future expansion plan. We look forward to continuing to provide them with solutions that help them to be more innovative and successful.”
Gateway Ticketing Systems Executive Vice-President, Darryl Moser, is pleased with Gateway’s partnership with both Prologic First Dubai and the Emirates Park Zoo: “The value added reseller program is part of Gateway’s commitment to enhance its ability to best serve customers around the world. Our resellers are dedicated to providing first-class service along with our products and represent Gateway’s goal of making ticketing easy through comprehensive service and software solutions. The Emirates Park Zoo has also joined the Gateway family just in time for our fourth annual Middle East User Group Meeting this year in Dubai.”