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CenterEdge offers a comprehensive suite of solutions for the museum, zoo and aquarium industries. You can manage your entire operation – POS, admissions, online ticketing, gift shop and more – from a single integrated software solution.
Improve wait times with fast transactions, sell tickets, wristbands, concessions and merchandise, implement season passes, or offer tokenized payment options. Use robust reports to keep improving and growing your attraction.
Nonprofit entities have different needs than for-profit businesses. We have years of experience handling patron access control, memberships, throughput, retail sales, donations and more.
Sell tickets, passes, memberships and retail items online, with inventory and financials fully integrated with your POS. Best of all, setup is incredibly easy – we handle hosting, buildout and other IT functions.
Spend less time managing and more time creating meaningful experiences for your guests. Build schedules, manage your time clock, communicate with your employees and review time off requests.
From simple concessions and mobile pop-up snack bars to complex restaurant and bar offerings, CenterEdge lets you sell, manage, and track all your refreshment options – fully integrated with your POS.
Offer memberships that include admission, in-facility add-ons and anything else you desire. Allow patrons to become true VIPs with fully customizable packages, or give the gift of membership to a friend or family member.
“ "Our increased profitability is due in large part to CenterEdge. The software has paid for itself in less than two years. Through all my research and conversations with peers in the industry, I feel CenterEdge’s support is the best."
"Our increased profitability is due in large part to CenterEdge. The software has paid for itself in less than two years. Through all my research and conversations with peers in the industry, I feel CenterEdge’s support is the best."Jeff Frye, Owner Gattitown”