The National World War II Museum in New Orleans has teamed up with Accesso to enhance its guest experience, ticketing capabilities and ecommerce.

The museum involves immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences and an expansive collection of artefacts and first-person oral histories. Its offerings over the years have also expanded to include online collections, virtual field trips, webinars, educational travel programmes and the International Conference on World War II.

Under the agreement, the Accesso Siriusware software solution will provide operators with an assessment of guest metrics through its comprehensive reporting features.

The museum will also use the technology firm’s Passport eCommerce ticketing suite to enable users to up-sell and cross-sell to further drive revenue.

“It’s an honour to know that our technology will further empower the National WWII Museum to preserve the memory of such a defining moment in American history,” said Paul Noland, Accesso chief executive.

“By allowing our solutions – and the dedicated team that backs them – to do the heavy lifting in supporting ticketing, admissions and ecommerce functions, we’re freeing up the Museum’s team to focus on what they do best – developing and implementing brilliant, large-scale initiatives that help tell the story of World War II and communicate its importance for generations to come.”