POS-integrated online ordering solutions deliver greater functionality to restaurant operations than ever before. HT asks three operators which solutions work best for their restaurant concepts, and why.
Hotels are fighting the battle against lost entertainment revenue with the implementation of multiple entertainment must-haves. High-end audio/video technology, entertainment packages, and access to the latest video game systems are just some of solution that keeps guests coming back for more.
With the prediction that 2009 will be another challenging year for the hospitality industry, it is crucial that operators understand and exceed guest expectations in order to gain a better financial footing. From personalization to social networking, learn what technology and trends are influencing guest behavior in 2009.
Freeman's purchase of AVT follows its corporate strategy of continuing to invest long-term in the face-to-face industry where there is opportunity for growth.
A recent report compiled by Amadeus and PhoCusWright, sheds light on the travel and tourism industry in China to revel the limited use of IT in this market.
The new look of Langham Hotels International's website design and its sophisticated engine is forecasted to improve business by 30 percent according to management.
In an effort to build guest loyalty in its four distinct business locations, Magnolia Hotels sought for an advertising solution that would allow management to create targeted, but unobtrusive campaigns. The selection of a networked messaging system is allowing management to do just that.
HyperActive Technologies will offer the public a first-hand look at the vision technology that is used to power its drive-thru management system at FS/TEC 2009.
Dairy Queen International names HyperActive Technologies as its preferred drive-thru solutions provider and will install the vendor's QTimer in more than 3,000 locations.
Over the last decade, the movement towards ecologically sound tourism has swept across the globe with implementation practices that are as diverse as the different geographies that embrace them. In part two of this four part global Ernst & Young study, researchers explore green practices across Asia and India.