IN-ROOM TECH

Gaylord Entertainment Gives Guests More Face Time with Auto-Labor Scheduling

10/30/2008
Servicing a market segment consisting of large group meetings and conventions, Gaylord Entertainment was in need of a solution that would optimize management of the 9,000+ employees in their STARS program. After upgrading from a manual workforce scheduling system, Gaylord is able to focus more time on individual customer service instead of staying behind the scenes.

Philips and Starwood Sign Exclusive Green TV Deal

10/28/2008
The three year deal between Starwood and Philips will outfit 460 properties across the U.S. with SmartPower2 energy efficient televisions and is expected to save the company more than $12 million in energy costs.

Greenbrier Resort Ends Cellular Coverage Gaps

10/23/2008
Situated in the Allegheny Mountain at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia sits the Greenbrier Resort. Facing the need to update lagging technological services, the Greenbrier decided on a major upgrade starting with the deployment of an in-building wireless solution to eliminate cellular coverage gaps. A year later, their system is flawless.
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3/6/2015
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