IN-ROOM TECH

In-Room Tech that's Falling Short

10/9/2009
When it comes to guest room amenities, some technologies are considered "must haves" by your guests, while others are considered a nice added benefit. Hotel guests identify the top two amenities that are important to them.

Avoid the AP & Supplier Relationship Breakdown: How Technology Can Aid in Bottom Line Savings

10/6/2009
In hospitality, constant change is commonplace and it often lends itself to a breakdown in communication between an organization's accounts payable department and their multitude of vendors and suppliers. To avoid this breakdown, which can lead to missed shipments, transaction errors, and strained relationships, companies must implement procedures to maintain effective vendor relationships. Fortunately technology can help.

Hotel 1000 Increases its Bandwidth by 20-Fold

10/6/2009
Hotel 1000 worked with multiple technology vendors to install a fiber optics connection to the property, thereby enabling a 100MB connection to the already installed future proof internal fiber network.

HTNG Releases New and Updated Interface Specifications

10/2/2009
Hotel Technology Next Generation has released three new technical specifications that provide standardized interfaces that connect the PMS with other hotel systems to guest-room devices, allow hotels to deliver rich descriptive content to distribution channels and websites, and support improved security for credit card processing.

The Tech Bandwagon: Three Reasons Why Mgmt is Slow to Jump on Board

9/29/2009
From computer controlled hotel rooms to remote drive-thru ordering centers and everything in between, new technology is hot. So why have many operators been so slow to jump on the technology bandwagon? Phil Mott, assistant professor at Kendall College's School of Hospitality Management, offers three common reasons.
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