Soon, use Nol ticket to access museums in Dubai
Dubai - The digital solution extends the current capability of Nol to provide seamless experience to tourists also.
RTA's Nol digital ticketing solution will soon automate the ticketing and access operation of the Dubai Museums entities.
RTA has collaborated with the Dubai Museums Company (Dubai Museums) to implement RTA's Nol digital ticketing solution to manifest this process in the emirate.
"As part of our wide ranging digital enhancement initiatives, Dubai Museums Company is implementing a fully automated ticketing and access solution for Al Shindagha Museum, Etihad Museum, and Dubai Museum. We aim to increase customer happiness by providing a seamless experience for our customers and to make their visits to our museums even more memorable." said Muna Faisal Al Gurg, Managing Director of Dubai Museums Company.
Nol digital ticketing solution is customer centric, brings innovative approach and also provides comprehensive data for analysis and strategic planning. It is a modular and robust ticketing solution that scales up as business grows. It provides multiple sales channels like onsite, online, kiosk and mobile. It supports multiple payment methods including cash, credit card and payment through Nol cards too. The solution supports QR code, wearables and biometric as tickets as well.
In short, the solution supports all aspects of business including sales, marketing, partnership, operation, accounting and reporting.
This was announced at the signing of contracts with Dubai Museums, on the sideline of RTA's participation in GITEX Technology Week 2019 (October 6-10) at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Abdulaziz Al Falahi, CEO of Corporate Technology Support Services Sector signed the contract on behalf of RTA while it was signed on behalf of Dubai Museums by its Managing Director, Muna Faisal Al Gurg, in the presence of several officials representing both the entities.
"RTA has designed the Nol digital solution to extend the current capability of Nol in order for it to provide seamless experience to tourists. The future idea is to have a single ticket, which will allow people to visit major tourist attractions and as well as use public transport," explained Al Falahi.