Upgrade at the Tumut Visitor Centre

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Our latest round of network expansion has required all hands on deck. Even our CEO, Paul Buckley, has been out on the road installing a new Quest kiosk at the Tumut Region Visitor Centre.

Information Retail Officer Todd Hibbens, with the upgraded  Tumut Visitor Center kiosk
Information Retail Officer Todd Hibbens with the upgraded
Tumut Visitor Center kiosk

The new Quest has been mounted on a wall, freeing floor space for Visitor Centre staff and giving the Visitor Centre the ability to provide 24hr access for their visitors.

The Quest kiosk is a convenient all-in-one solution to the limitations of floor space. Whether it’s fitted on an arm or placed front-and-centre at the information desk, the Quest kiosk offers flexible placement and is an interactive information tool.

Expanding the network in every direction!

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Hobart Mid City Hotel manager Andrew Grizinic and Deb Purcy using the new Quest kiosk
Hobart Mid City Hotel manager Andrew Grizinic and Deb Purcy using the new Quest kiosk

It has been a busy month for the entire TourismTouchscreen Network! We’ve seen expansion all across Australia, with new Quest kiosks travelling far and wide to Tropical North Queensland, Western Australia and even south to lovely Tasmania!

The Hobart Mid City Hotel installed their Quest unit to serve as an interactive information source for their guests. The new Mid City Hotel Quest kiosk provides information at a single touch, allowing guests to discover local businesses and explore Hobart in a whole new way.

The Quest Kiosk is the perfect medium to get your important information directly in front of your customers. For more information, contact your local Project Manager or our friendly Head Office.