Case Study | June 25, 2014

POS Terminals Increase Efficiency And Allow For Customized Work Environment At Desert Botanical Garden

Source: PAR
Desert Botanical Garden

For more than 70 years, the Desert Botanical Garden has been teaching and inspiring visitors both local and global to understand, protect and preserve the desert’s natural beauty. The Garden features 55 acres of cultivated land with more than 50,000 plant displays showcased in gorgeous outdoor exhibits

Aging Point of Sale Units Hampered Productivity

As the second-most attended Botanical Garden in the country, the Desert Botanical Gardens processes a significant number of sales through their four ticket booth windows. Annual attendance reached 500,000 for 2013 and is projected to double in 2014 with the installation of the Dale Chihuly exhibit, Chihuly in the Garden. On an average day a ticket seller processes 300-400 transactions. On busy days? That number can increase exponentially to upwards of 2000.

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