PhoCusWright address the technologies and innovations that will drive change in the travel and hospitality segments for 2009 with the release of its annual publication. Mobile technology, cloud computing and more top the list.
Zipthru Rewards is a loyalty program that can be used in corporate cafes and dining centers. It is fully integrated with InfoGenesis POS by Agilysys, enabling promotions to be built around item-specific purchasing behavior.
Distinguished International Hotels, Residences and Resorts retains the reservations and revenue management services of Advantage Reserve, LLC for its collection of hotel properties.
The new partnership between Marriott International and Cvent will utilize the vendor's online supplier network to promote Marriott hotels with meeting planners.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will streamline its meeting and group registrations through the selection of Passkey's online group reservations system.
An Ernst & Young survey finds that major global hotel operators are refocusing operations and fortifying cash positions to navigate downturn and position for future growth.
A new industry report from CTIA reveals that nearly half of U.S. enterprise decision-makers from a range of industries agree that wireless applications are important or absolutely essential to remaining competitive.
NexGenSelfService.com offers IT executives an outlet to read and then discuss their ideas or challenges related to self-service solutions on the social networking community, Engage.
Skyline Chili will complete the installation of QSR's ConnectSmart Kitchen solution and PCMS' BeanStore point-of-sale system by 2010 to enhance restaurant speed and accuracy.
From user-generated reviews, video and photos, to social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, hospitality operators can expect the influence of social networking to take greater hold over their customers' buying decisions in 2009.