Innovating Attractions Technology with Self-Service. Presented by Connect&GO
1 p.m. EST (Global)
Guest expectations are constantly evolving, creating a need for innovation within the attractions industry. Explore how truly next-generation technology opens the door for the innovation your business is craving.
In this webcast, we will discuss how operators can leverage self-service technology to their benefit in 2023 and beyond. Attendees will learn about the rise in self-service technology, lessons from other industries that have gotten it right, and how to implement self-service technology successfully.
Connect&GO is a global leader in guest and attractions management technology with the most flexible and easy-to-use operations management platform for the leisure and attractions industry. Their all-in-one management platform seamlessly integrates e-Commerce, point-of-sale, food & beverage, RFID access control and cashless payments, giving you the flexibility and data insights to help grow your business from anywhere.
This webcast will be presented in English and is free for IAAPA members and non-members; however, registration is required.
Attendees are eligible to earn one continuing education unit (1 CEU) towards IAAPA recertification.
With over 15 years of experience in the attractions industry, Tara Morandi is the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Connect&GO where she drives the market development strategy for the company’s all-in-one attractions management platform. Throughout her career, she has led brand transformations and implemented innovative strategies to scale business into global markets. She is currently based remotely out of Boise where she works closely with Connect&GO’s clients and prospective clients to help them implement truly integrated technology solutions that help drive revenue, maximize guest engagement, and simplify operations.
Taking over as CEO in 2009, Frank has continued to guide the company with his curiosity and intuition. As he continues to push the limits of self-service, the company has advanced its manufacturing technology and design capabilities to make it an industry leader for travel, access control, healthcare, hospitality, and entertainment.
Outside of work, you'll find Frank spending time with his four kids and two grandchildren, traveling with his wife of 30 years, playing golf, and enjoying his cars.
Brian McNeill has over 20 years of access control experience coupled together with an engineering and systems integration background. He brings both technical and practical expertise, making him a valuable resource for sports and entertainment destinations as they evaluate new technologies to improve entry operations. Now part of dormakaba Group, he serves as Global Owner for the Public Admission Control division and leads the charge to globalize this business segment. Based remotely out of Orlando, Brian continues to work closely with system partners, professional and collegiate sports teams, attractions, and other entertainment venues of all kinds.
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