Scheidt & Bachmann in the Thermal spring Fördeland in Glücksburg (Germany)

By the opening of the Fördeland Therme in Glücksburg (Germany) on 28-03-2007, Scheidt & Bachmann staff members can also take a deep breath.
scheidt&bachmannafb12.jpgThe cash register and access control system with integrated car park management was commissioned to its purpose. The Scheidt & Bachmann ChipCoin system has done a successful job in many years of practice. According to the requirements, several other modules were linked to the cash register system in the Fördeland Therme, like the NAW module including image recording as well as the loyalty passport and bonus system.

The various segments, i.e. family and leisure-time bath, sauna world and health center as well as the restaurant, have been provided with manual sales devices with touch screen, while wireless sales devices are used in the independent segments of leisure time bath and wellness department.
In the wardrobe department, the more than 500 lockers were provided with electronic locks from Scheidt & Bachmann. On the info terminals installed at selected locations in the thermal bath, the guest can comfortably ask for his or her current purse status on his ChipCoin. The computer of the cash register and access control system has been linked with the system for car park management, based on barcode technology. Two car parking areas are available to the guests of the thermal bath. That all does not leave any obstacles against a comfortable and pleasant stay in the thermal bath.
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