Empowering places we love to visit
From museums and galleries to theme parks and stadiums, leading visitor attractions globally use Dexibit
to predict and analyze visitor behavior
Why we're here
Billions of people visit the world’s visitor attractions each year. At Dexibit, our insights inspire decisions to get more visitors through the doors, engaged in rich experiences and loyally returning.
We enable leaders and teams to democratize data and switch from gut feel to insight informed with the latest in big data analytics and artificial intelligence.
How it all started
Dexibit began when founder Angie Judge noticed a museum guard with a clicker counter. With a background in network analytics, she saw the need for transformation in data for visitor attractions.
Years on, Dexibit doesn’t just help attractions count visitors accurately, but predicts and analyzes visitor behavior too.
We’re proud that the world’s biggest cultural institutions, commercial attractions and tourism authorities trust us to help them democratize data and empower insight inspired teams.
Big on data for good
Core to Dexibit is our philosophy of data ethics. We believe in insight inspired decisions based on understanding visitors and their experiences at large instead of micro targeting individuals at the expense of privacy.
All data in Dexibit is redacted of personal information and further treated to protect visitor privacy. We’re proactive thought leaders around preventing bias, handling censorship carefully and including ethics in data governance.
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An award winning team
Our diverse team are passionate fans of art, history, science, coasters, theatre, live sport, concerts and the great outdoors.
From our experiences serving technology across telecommunications, retail, healthcare, education, government and more – the one thing we all share is a love of data and dinos!
Meet our leadership team
Rick first worked with Dexibit as a customer during his term as CEO of Te Papa Tongarewa, the national museum of New Zealand. As Chair, Rick brings together his experience leading technology, media and tourism at the helm of Chartered Accountants ANZ, TVNZ, Telstra Media, EDS NZ and Ansett Air.
Robert J Stein
Based in Milwaukee, Rob is the Deputy Director and Chief Experience Officer at the Milwaukee Art Museum, a Dexibit customer. Prior, Robert served as SVP Guest Experiences and Communications at the Shedd Aquarium, EVP and Chief Program Officer at the American Alliance of Museums, and Deputy Director at both the Dallas Museum of Art and Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Chief Executive, Board Director
Angie leads the team across the US, UK and NZ. Before founding Dexibit, Angie spent 10 years with Hewlett Packard, Amdocs and Finco, specializing in technology transformation and network analytics. Angie’s home is filled with black and white photography and she’s obsessed with waterskiing.
Chief Operating Officer
Justin runs Dexibit’s global business operations, including finance, tax, legal, compliance and security. Prior, he spent 20 years in the construction industry. Justin is an avid snowboarder, military history buff and aspiring food snob.
Victor has more than 20 years of experience in software, working as an engineer and then as a technical lead with an interest in data streaming and micro services. In his spare time, he can be found riding another twisty trail on his motorcycle, or in the garage, repairing his vehicles.
VP of Engineering
Following studies in economics, Céline quickly discovered a keen interest for software development that evolved into leading engineering teams with a focus on delivering quality products. Outside of work, Céline enjoys being outdoors and reading.
Veronika is a former behaviour therapist who joined the world of software in 2015 and fell in love with the industry. She is passionate about enabling collaboration, communication and alignment within teams and the wider business. In the summer you’ll spot Veronika hiking in Aotearoa’s beautiful backyard and in the winter, hibernating with her Kindle and boardgames.
Daniel started his working life in the museums sector in London. His habit of tinkering with computers lead him to a career in software, solving complex problems with simple solutions, in constant collaboration with users. He has a continuing passion for music, books and illustration.