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Tensator takes Centre Stage at Royal Opera House

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The spotlight was firmly on one of our Tensabarrier® stanchions last week when it made a cameo in a video of the Royal Opera House’s production of La bohème.

Featuring members of the cast and production team, the video explores why La bohème is considered one of the best-loved operas. It was shown during a film screening of John Copley’s production of the classic as part of the Royal Opera House’s Live Cinema Season.

Eagle-eyed viewers will notice that at about 3.58 into the clip, you can spot a Tensabarrier® stanchion being used as an on-stage safety device during the rehearsal process.

Who knew that the Tensabarrier® was a must-have accessory in 1830s Paris?

4 benefits of queue management systems

Having good queue management procedures in place can make a real difference to any customer-facing environment. There are obvious benefits of queue management systems; such as keeping queues organised, then other secondary benefits such as improving customer loyalty. Read on to find out about 4 key perks of putting customer waiting line management systems in […]

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The importance of queuing systems

In a customer-facing environment, effective queue management procedures are crucial. The importance of queuing systems is two-fold. From an operational perspective, poor queuing systems can lead to a drop in productivity from staff as they spend time trying to organise the queue. From a monetary perspective, if customers decide to leave the queue, or are […]

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