Seligo forecasts bumper take-up of eticket system

Trade-only attractions specialist Seligo is predicting around 60% of its tickets to Disney theme parks will be produced electronically within the next six weeks.

The company launched e-tickets for its Disney products in January and has already seen a major swing away from traditional paper tickets requested by agents for customers.

Seligo is expected to introduce similar functionality to its other attractions in the coming months.

Managing director Diane Mosson said: “Agents have welcomed the move away from posting hard tickets, as they understand the benefits of electronic versions – the main being that their clients are protected in the event of tickets being lost.”

The news comes as the company launches a tracking service for agents to locate the whereabouts of tickets, based on existing parcel trace facilities used by the likes of Fed Ex and UPS.

Mosson added: “This further demonstrates our commitment to delivering efficient functionality online.

“‘Track a Ticket’ allows agents to look at all of their booking details and check the exact date each ticket left Seligo head office.”

Information contained in the Track A Ticket system will include name, reference, date booked, departure date and despatch date.

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