Accesso Technology Group has signed a three-year partnership deal with the Chattahoochee Nature Center (CNC) in Georgia, US.

The integration, which is set to launch in early July, has been set up to support the attraction’s multiphase signup process, including reservations, waiver collection and waitlist management.

The grassroots environmental learning centre welcomes over 130,000 children and adults every year, offering opportunities to engage in activities and nature experiences.

The CNC hosts events including family fun days, festivals, weddings, and certification courses, and its top seller, Camp Kingfisher.

The CNC will implement Accesso’s fully-hosted eCommerce solution to allow the centre to present a shopping experience that is consistent and easy to use for all guests seeking tickets and reservations for camps, programs and more.

Operators will have the power to drive up-sell, cross-sell and quick-sell prompts to help guests craft more robust onsite experiences while boosting revenue.

Paul Noland, Accesso chief executive, said: “The Chattahoochee Nature Center offers a virtually unparalleled front-row seat to the wonders of wildlife, and we are proud to deliver a technology that will simplify their team’s operations while easing access to the center’s robust programming for their loyal, valued guests.

“We look forward to supporting our partner as they continue to fulfil their goal of helping people experience the beauty of nature and learn more about its vital importance.”

Alicia Evans, community programs director at CNC: “As an existing Accesso SiriuswareS client, we were thrilled to find a solution that integrated with our existing software and provided a greatly improved eCommerce experience. From the get-go, their team has listened to our needs and worked with us to find the very best solutions for our invaluable guests and incredible staff.

“We are excited to partner with Accesso and deliver an even greater experience for those that come to us to connect to nature, including Camp Kingfisher, which has become a North Atlanta mainstay.”