HITEC 2009, held June 22-25, offers attendees a glimpse at some of the most innovative and cutting edge technologies on the market today. Couldn't make it to the convention? Hospitality Technology is there to bring you the biggest announcements as they are being revealed live from the show floor.
CA Web enables brands to boost guest service across multiple properties and gather guest preference information to drive more effective marketing.
Through a newly announced agreement with MICROS, Merchant Link's hosted credit card security solution will soon enable OPERA PMS users to achieve PCI compliance and protect personal guest data.
Gaylord Hotels will promote its Total Meeting Pricing Promotion on the Cvent Supplier Network to capture additional group business.
Enhanced FlyteTouch gives travelers real-time airport flight status, boarding passes, local weather, traffic and safety information for total traveler service.
Intelity's new partnership with Crestron provides hotel guests with even more control over their travel experience by assists guests in adjusting their guestrooms to their exact specifications.
The Marriott Nashville Airport hotel is giving its lobby a self-service update with the addition of multiple touchscreen concierge stations. Local area guides, airline check-ins and Internet access are just some of the functions improving their guests' stays.
The popularity of online social networking spans the generations with more than 40 percent of consumers using popular sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, according to the Consumer Internet Barometer.
Ariane Systems Group and TAOS Technologies, LLC will develop and deploy hospitality-oriented self-service technology solutions within North America.
Major Chain hotel brands maintain their international market position, as per MKG Hospitality's global ranking 2009, with Best Western, Holiday Inn and Comfort Inns & Comfort Suites making up the top three.