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Enhancing the customer journey at British Airways i360

A queue management specialist has taken its world-class retractable barriers to new heights by supplying British Airways i360. Tensator has provided 100 marine-grade Tensabarriers® to the recently opened observation attraction in Brighton, which rises to 138m above sea ...

Catching customer attention at GITEX 2016

Innovative technology to engage queuing customers is being showcased at one of the world’s biggest tech shows in Dubai from the 16th October. The latest products from Tensator Group have been developed to create more engaging and interactive experiences for customers, ultimately helping ...

Television fame for the Tensabarrier®

Our queue management solutions do an important job, keeping customers and commuters safe at airports, retail spaces and leisure attractions around the world. But, it’s not often we’re given a mention on an international stage. Well, that all changed last month when an eagle-eyed member ...

Effectively Managing Passenger Flow With Tensator Virtual Assistants

The Tensator Virtual Assistant was recently highlighted in the Airport Cooperative Research Report “Improving the Airport Customer Experience,” written by the Transportation Research Board, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and sponsored by the US Federal ...

Tensator® Queuing Solutions for different Goals

Choosing the right queue management system is an important strategic decision for any company that wants to organise the flow of its customers and ensure the customers’ experiences are smooth, helping to avoid guest discomfort or stress. In order to decide which queue management solution ...

Three Ways to Boost Your Business’ Reputation

One of the founding fathers of the United States of America is known for one particularly poignant remark that we can all relate to. As Benjamin Franklin said, “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.” We can all remember an occasion where a ...

Ryder focuses on safety with Tensator

Tensator Group has helped Ryder Europe boost its health and safety credentials at its 27 depots across the UK. Ryder asked Tensator Group to provide a solution to cordon off the potentially dangerous pit areas that the company uses to service its fleet of rental and lease commercial ...

First Come First Served -Success or a Failure?

Everyone knows how a queue works. It's a line of people where the person at the front gets served first. The principle of first-come-first-served is followed when the order of processing is not pre-planned. Scheduled ones work in a slightly different way, like in restaurants which take ...
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