HotelSystemsPro announces the launch of its newest product offering designed to optimize a property's Internet presence and drive online reservations through local event opportunities, using landing pages and search engines to target event visitors.
iBAHN's VPN program provides assurance to certified companies that their executives will be able to function productively and seamlessly, with no geographic boundaries, while staying in iBAHN-installed hotel properties.
Hospitality Management Holdings consolidates its distribution, reservations, channel management and CRM operations with the selection of Trust International's integrated CRS/CRM solution.
Aptech Computer Systems' execuvue business intelligence software is a next-generation solution that eliminates manual spreadsheet processes by providing hoteliers with centralized Web-based data capture.
Is WiFi, whether it is free or with a fee, a determinant in customer retention? A University of Delaware study reveals how WiFi impacts guest loyalty in the restaurant environment.
The findings for Hospitality Technology's 2009 Self-Service Technology Study are in, and the results point to a growing consumer demand for self-service tech and a plethora of next-gen solutions that harness personal devices.
PM Hospitality's properties use hotelServicePro to track and resolve guest problems, generate work orders centrally and at the hotel level, perform inspections, and manage preventive maintenance and fixed assets.
Social media and Web 2.0 are revolutionizing the way many modern adults stay connected and share ideas. Discover new uses for Web 2.0 tools and the best practices that will boost brand recognition and drive business efficiency in any hospitality organization.
Hospitality Technology scours the POS vendor marketplace to find out the latest innovations in POS software. Bundled offerings, new third-party integrations, and simplified user interfaces are just some of the newest updates.
Do diners prefer to make reservations online or over the telephone? Based on the findings of a survey taken by Cornell University's Center for Hospitality Research, it seems that customers feel conflicted between the two.