MyVenue Named Preferred Transition Partner for NCR Quest EOL Products

Published September 16, 2021

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA --  With its next-gen point of sale (POS) and mobile commerce solution, MyVenue has been named as the preferred transition partner for the End-of-Life (EOL) and End-of-Service (EOS) stadium & arena NCR Quest products.

Following execution of a formal agreement between MyVenue and NCR, the EOL announcement; which covers NCR Quest Venue Manager, Quest Suites, and Quest Suites Catering Online products; was communicated to over 200 major venues throughout North America, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.

The announcement stated, “NCR is partnering with MyVenue who provide a POS and mobile commerce solution to venues like yours”, it went on to include, “MyVenue has deep experience with the NCR Quest system and is ready to offer a phased transition to their solution at your convenience. MyVenue is dedicated to the stadium and arena industry.”

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MyVenue is uniquely placed to provide a low-risk, controlled transition from the current NCR Quest POS system to MyVenue’s ground-breaking solution.

The controlled transition is well advanced at the iconic 53,000-seat Adelaide Oval, helping the stadium to seamlessly move to MyVenue’s POS solution.

“This process allows the stadium to continue operating without disrupting their event-day dealings, and even allows the venue to continue using existing NCR hardware,” says MyVenue CEO, Tim Stollznow.

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“Once completed, Adelaide Oval will feature over 300 MyVenue POS terminals connected to a best-in-class reporting platform, including real-time dashboards and remote monitoring tools. Plus, preparations for patent-pending mobile ordering technology are underway to meet the bespoke customer experience design.”

Mr Stollznow went on to say, “Importantly, MyVenue also provides support services to a range of NCR Quest legacy venues which includes State Farm Stadium (Arizona), Suncorp Stadium (Australia), Singapore Sports Hub (Singapore), and many others.”