Fresno, CA, USA (December 18, 2014) – ShoWare, a recently acquired division of accesso Technology Group plc (AIM: ACSO), the premier technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry, today announced 11 contract wins and one significant renewal across three regions.
Eleven venues across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil have signed new agreements to utilize the ShoWare solution since its acquisition by accesso in November.
In the U.S., the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Lake Tahoe and the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, Calif. have signed contracts. In Mexico, ShoWare has secured an exciting new opportunity as the premier eCommerce provider for the rapidly expanding Fontecan España inflatable water parks business. And in Brazil, ShoWare will be rolled out at the 1,200-seat Prime Hall in Campinas, Sao Paulo, while the Philharmonic Orchestra, based in Calgary, Canada has agreed to a three-year contract renewal.
An additional seven venues are opting to leverage the ShoWare solution, including the Teton County Fair, the Kiwanis Wyoming County Fair, and the Northland Performing Arts in Columbus, Ohio, as well as the Cine Joia in Brazil, and independent producer Eduardo Paz and events companies Daniella Producciones and APM Producciones, all in Mexico.
“We are thrilled at the opportunity to serve this diverse collection of venues,” said Tom Burnet, accesso CEO. “These new clients illustrate a growing interest in the flexibility of the Showare solution and we look forward to helping them deliver exceptional eCommerce experiences for their guests.”
The ShoWare ticketing solution is the leading, customizable cloud based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) ticket sales and distribution solution for operators and is now used in more than 485 venues and leisure organizations throughout North and South America.