Centralized and Web based IT-Monitoring
Liseberg, Scandinavia’s largest amusement park in central Gothenburg on Sweden’s west coast, has purchased op5’s three products op5 Monitor, op5 Statistics and op5 LogServer to monitor and control its IT environment.
By implementing op5’s systems, Liseberg has obtained a centralized and web based measurability of their internal systems, e.g. customer bookings, cash systems, information systems, and Internet sales. It is of highest importance for Liseberg to be able to control its IT environmentin detail since operations are so concentrated to the summer months. Should something go wrong, the IT department receives a swift indication of the nature and location of the problem, and can rectify it immediately with a minimal effect on customer service and business.
Liseberg uses op5’s products on a group level. Part of the Liseberg AB group are the amusement park Liseberg (the largest amusement park in Scandinavia with 35 attractions) and its three subsidiaries Liseberg Gäst AB with camping and conferencing, Hotell Liseberg Heden and Lisebergs Restaurant AB which operates all restaurants within Liseberg and the show venue Rondo. The number of staff is approx. 360 which during the summer months grows to close to 2 000. See www.liseberg.com.
“op5’s products fulfil our high demands for function, security and flexibility. We can look for past errors, get a comprehensive picture of all events and thus improve our IT environment. op5 delivered a quick installation
and it is an advantage that they have an office in Gothenburg”,
said Anders Broman, IT Manager, Liseberg.
Liseberg is an amusement park located in Gothenburg, Sweden. The park opened in 1923 and today it is the largest and one of the most visited amusement parks in Scandinavia, attracting around 3 million visitors annually. The park itself has also been chosen as one of the top ten amusement parks in the world. Liseberg AB is fully owned by the city of Gothenburg. Over 2000 people work at the amusementpark every year and has an anual turnover of 890 billion SEK.