#VacationAtHome: bookingkit supports leisure facilities to reopen quicklyFrank Scheibe
bookingkit, Europe’s leading booking software for the digitalisation of leisure experiences, reacts to government regulations on admission restrictions and supports providers in the leisure and experience industry in re-opening quickly.
Many leisure and cultural facilities, such as zoos and museums, are now allowed to reopen gradually. With individual possibilities for leisure activities, some normality is thus returning to everyday life. However, the providers must be able to meet the hygienic requirements and the distance regulations that applied during the Corona crisis. Intelligent capacity management – i.e. online advance bookings, time slot tickets and contactless ticket validation – is therefore an obligation for all providers to reopen.
For this purpose, bookingkit not only provides extensive know-how but also the necessary online sales technology, which is ready for use within a few hours. The technology can be seamlessly integrated into existing entrance management systems, point-of-sale software and turnstiles. In addition, bookingkit also offers specially developed portable admission management devices (so-called handhelds) and additional security material.
“With our all-round package, we are helping the leisure industry to get out of the crisis with momentum”, says Lukas C. C. Hempel, managing director of bookingkit. “With a view to the developments in Asia, it is clear that our industry is regaining momentum and that this can be achieved very successfully if the measures are taken into account – if the suppliers quickly prepare themselves technologically for this”.
bookingkit has reacted to the sharp increase in demand from cultural institutions for digital ticket sales and capacity management: new teams have been formed and resources have been shifted in such a way that a rapid re-opening can be guaranteed for all facilities.
Further information on the topic can be found at https://bookingkit.net/reopen/