CenterEdge Software, a leading provider of Point of Sale, Reservation, Ticketing and Access Control Systems for water park, entertainment and recreation facilities, has been chosen as the new systems provider for Splash Kingdom Family Waterparks. Mickey Lewis, Sales and Marketing Director for Splash Kingdom commented, “We are very excited to deploy CenterEdge Software in Splash Kingdom Big Texas Fun in Amarillo, Timber Falls Nacogdoches, and Air Patrol in Greenville this year. We are confident CenterEdge is the best choice for our parks because they deliver a robust feature set that is tailored to our needs.” Splash Kingdom will utilize CenterEdge Point of Sale at the parks to facilitate admission, season pass, and food and beverage sales along with cabana rentals. Splash Kingdom will also take full advantage of CenterEdge’s ability to manage their group, birthday, and corporate event business. In addition to the use of CenterEdge at each park, Splash Kingdom will deploy CenterEdge’s fully-integrated online services platform which allows guests to purchase tickets and season passes in advance of their visit.
CenterEdge Software, a leading provider of Point of Sale, Reservation, and Ticketing Systems for trampoline parks and entertainment venues, has been selected by Rockin’ Jump, a national operator of indoor trampoline parks, as the new solutions provider for both their corporate and franchise store network. Rockin’ Jump currently uses CenterEdge in all 11 operating locations and has more than 19 new sites in development. The CenterEdge System manages all areas of the trampoline park operation including Jump Time Sales, Party & Group Events, Concession Sales, Liability Waiver Management and Online Sales and Reservations. “Rockin’ Jump is a first-class operation with a strong commitment to their brand and franchisees,” notes Merrik Keller, Director of Business Development for CenterEdge. “We are proud to have been selected and are confident that CenterEdge can support Rockin’ Jump’s explosive growth.”
CenterEdge Software, a leading provider of Point of Sale, Reservation, Ticketing and Access Control Systems for entertainment and recreation facilities, has been chosen as the new systems provider for DelGrosso’s Amusement Park of Tipton, PA. DelGrosso’s will utilize the CenterEdge Point of Sale solution across the 40 plus terminals throughout the park to facilitate ticket, season pass, and food & beverage sales, in addition to using CenterEdge to manage the park’s group and corporate event activity. Guests will enjoy the convenience of purchasing admissions and passes right from their computer, tablet or smart phone as DelGrosso’s is deploying the CenterEdge Online Sales platform for a fully-integrated sales experience. “DelGrosso’s Amusement Park is a Pennsylvania institution and we are honored to be part of the next chapter of this exciting story,” commented Marcus Mayer, Chief Operating Office for the North Carolina based software provider. Mayer further notes the CenterEdge System will be fully deployed at DelGrosso’s this spring with the installation process already underway.
You’ve built your family entertainment center, complete with numerous activities that will be “fun for the entire family.” You’ve hired cashiers, bought the cash registers. The doors open and in come the crowds. Cash and credit card transactions are moving at a rapid pace. Everything is going well, until a family comes in for the party that they scheduled but you can’t find it flipping through pages of your schedule book. You scramble to accomodate the party but they can tell that you're not prepared.
We are very excited to announce Merrik Keller as our Director of Business Development! Below, find our press realease, announcing his new position.
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Last week I was discussing my experience in the Family Entertainment Industry with some new employees and it really made me think about how the industry has evolved over the last 20 years. Technology has really made a difference in how Family Entertainment Centers are operated today, so for fun I am going to share some of my observations.