Utah’s Moab Adventure Center is First to Use the New Time-Saving Technology
Salt Lake City, UT – The Moab Adventure Center a one-stop, active travel resource for independent and guided multi-sport adventures in the Moab, Arches and Canyonlands National Park region, now sports a new self-service booking kiosk for visitors to peruse, pick and choose a variety of recreational activities such as rafting, biking, canyoneering and four-wheeling.
The Resmark booking kiosk is much less expensive than traditional kiosks as it simply uses the touch screen technology of an iPad to display available tours and allow guests to complete a purchase. The reservation experience is designed to fit perfectly on the iPad screen, providing an easy and intuitive interface for users.
Moab Adventure Center decided to house the iPad in a large wooden cabinet to provide more prominence and the feeling of a kiosk, but the iPad or any tablet could be presented in a simple enclosure at a counter or on a wall as preferred by the client.
“This online booking kiosk offers a unique opportunity to capture the attention of visitors who may not be ready to jump into a conversation about a tour or who may just prefer self-service. With a growing trend towards self-service kiosks at airports and self-serve checkout at the grocery store, it’s likely that more and more people will gravitate towards this method of purchase,” said Chip Broyles, Client Success Manager for Resmark.
On busy days, the kiosk at Moab Adventure Center will act as an additional employee, allowing guests to bypass a line of people at the reservations desk. “If such a booking kiosk were housed outside the store, it could also serve as an after hours opportunity for people who stop by later in the evening to book a trip,” notes Broyles.
A variety of activities encompassing air, land and water offer a line-up of half-day to multi-day tours unique to Moab’s location between the red rock wonders of Arches National Park, the sandstone landscapes of Canyonlands National Park and the National Forest wilderness of the La Sal Mountains. Read more here.