Wed, 03 Feb 2021 - 02:58 GMT
FILE - National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat
CAIRO – 3 February 2021: Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has started implementing and activating the digital transformation project, in the services of museums and archaeological sites, introducing the electronic reservation system for three museums.
Reservations will be completed through developed windows by activating the electronic payment service by cards, electronic wallets and contactless cards.
The project included the Sharm El-Sheikh Museum, Hurghada Museum and the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.
The first electronic platform for booking tickets for the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization will be launched as soon as the royal mummies are transferred to the museum.
The project is being implemented to make it easier for visitors, reduce paperwork and eliminate crowding. the project will then be implemented in 30 museums and archaeological sites in most of Egypt's tourist governorates, the most prominent of which are Cairo, Giza, Luxor and Aswan.
Special offers will be provided for frequent visits or advance reservations, in addition to promotional offers for various events.
The project also includes the digitalization of gift houses and reservation outlets, where a warehouse system will be established for coding and inventory, and providing point of sale devices and specialized printers in addition to the payment process using cards.
The electronic reservation platform also provides central reports through revenue tracking screens.