Tourism Touchscreens CEO Paul Buckley visits some important sites in Tasmania.
Here is a taste of important sites in Tasmania Tourism Touchscreens CEO Paul Buckley visited during a trip in February this year: Sheffield & Cradle Mountain, Huonville, Centerpoint Hobart, Eagle Hawk Neck, Zoodoo Richmond.
The year is off to a solid start with several new sites, coming on board and many signing on for 5 years including St Helens East Coast Tasmania, Kununurra, Greater Shepparton, Maryborough and Hervey Bay, Streaky Bay, Moree, Broken Hill, Parkes, Denmark, and Esperance.
In addition to signing on for another 5 years, as many visitor centres are currently doing, Debra Taylor, VIC Manager for Break of Day Council has just added a new Quest Touchscreen as below, which includes 24 Hour Access. Paul Buckley CEO Datatrax (right) and Debra Taylor receiving the new Quest Touchscreen after installation – a valuable service to visitors and businesses in the area..
Well November is off to a flying start isn’t it. Now that the Melbourne Cup is out of the way, we have a clear run until Christmas. This is traditionally a great time to fine tune your promotion for the school holidays. All part of our service and complimentary. Please email our friendly Art Manager Sacha at email@example.com
FOUR NEW SITES
Here are some of the great Quests that have just shipped out; These profile your business and carry all our useful information for your guests. Try these and see how it could benefit your business.
During the last month there has been a host of new 3 to 5 year agreements signed including Denmark, Fraser Coast Airport, Hervey Bay, Maryborough, Moree, Swan Hill, and Mansfield. Landing new agreements pushing our network into November 2022! So stay tuned and we won’t go off message or rest there. We are the most cost effective way to distribute Tourism information into over 200 sites nationwide and intend on expanding that for you our valuable clients. We are holding our sites, and as visitor centres close (Gosford, Kariong, Coffs Harbour NSW, Fern Tree Gully and Healesville VIC) our model of moving into Hotels, Clubs and Attractions is going very well. Much good work done and the momentum is building as we target for you our valuable clients another 40 sites or 5 a month for the remainder of this financial year.
Dianne Kearl Manager at Lightning Ridge Visitor Centre pictured right with Jill Buckley Datatrax Training Manager, receives an update of our network and new features to promote your business. Including a run down on the Take you there app.
This must have paid dividends as the Lightning Ridge Bowling Club has now agreed to get their own TourismTouchscreen. There is no better way for us to get people to discover all your business facilities and you direct access to your website for bookings.
Our State Managers cover vast distances to build the content and relationships with the Visitor Centre Managers. Queensland and Northern NSW Manager Lee Brown, is pictured at Glen Innes Standing Stones. She is just a few days from home on the Sunshine Coast after spending a month on the road. Covering Toowoomba, Warwick, Stanthorpe, Inverell, Moree, Narrabri, Tamworth, Armidale, Glen Innes and Tenterfield on this trip.
Here is a shot of the mobile office that our South Australian State Manager Ingrid Merrigan has set up. A great kit of brochures, laptop and Waco Fridge to keep the milk for those much needed cups of coffee when covering vast distances in SA.
Chelsea and Leigh at Seymours have been progressively and consistently improving and expanding their business. They identified the opportunity to install a Quest TourismTouchscreen for their guests in the Foyer to improve the service both during hours and after hours for their guests. A long standing client of Datatrax they were delighted with the functionality and creativity we employed on their new system. Chelsea said “This is great, I had no idea it would be so easy to use, and functional with our restaurant pages and booking page direct to our website plus we can showcase our new apartments as well. A lot more businesses will go for this service, as should Visitor Centres and Attractions”. Thanks for the vote of confidence Chelsea and for being a great client with Datatrax for many years.
April 6. Helen Copland Manager of Yarrawonga pictured right with Jill Buckley Datatrax Training Manager, receives an update of our network and new features to promote your business. Including a run down on the Take you there app. Every touchscreen promotes the download. A lot of impressions, with 18 Million people walking into visitor centres Nationwide with our TourismTouchscreens. There is no better way for us to get people downloading and you direct access to your website.