Museums and Zoo Nuremberg using n-tree cashier system
The museums of the city of Nuremberg are a joint network of all the city-run museums and attractions across the city. With over 500,000 visitors per year, this network of museums is one of the most important cultural institutions in Germany. All of the buildings of this merger form a large decentralizted city museum.
Nuremberg Zoo is one of the most impressive landscape zoos in Germany. Every year more than 1 million visitors flock to the zoo to admire 2,000 wild animals from 5 different continents.
With the ultimate aim of providing professional and timely services at museum cash desks and at Nuremberg Zoo, n-tree's visitor management solution has been chosen to manage this in the future. The entire sales of tickets and items will be handled via modular ACCESS software. With its high reliability record, security, transparence and ease of use, the n-tree system managed to secure the tender against competitors throughout Germany.
Nuremberg Municipal Museums
Seven cashdesk work places linked by a central adminstrtive PC:
Albrecht-Dürer-Haus, Stadtmuseum Fembohaus, Dokumentationszentrum
Reichparteitagsgelände, Memorium Nürnberger Prozesse, Spielzeugmuseum,
Museum Industriekultur, Museum Tücherschloss and Hirsvogelsaal.
Eight cashdesk work places linked by a central adminstrtive PC (one daytime cashdesk in the administrative building and seven outdoor cash desks).
In addition, the high quality design of entrance tickts and fast issuing system at the cash desks were of utmost importance to the city of Nuremberg. Tickets with a unique, visually appealing layout is definitely a valuable marketing tool. The adverrtising effect ist enormous as visitors like to keep such tickets in their wallets as souvenirs. By issuing tickets with different motifs visitors are inspired to start up a collection.
The technological expertise and high standard of the n-tree system provide modern cultural facilities with a significant advantage in terms of attractiveness and profitability.
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