Hilton Hotels expand Hilton Meetings across North America. After first being introduced in 2000, it is expected that the majority of Hilton properties will include these new meeting rooms by the fourth quarter of 2008.
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts plans to implement Microsoft products and services at the "Link @ Sheraton" in more than 300 properties worldwode by the end of 2008.
As part of a multi-phase technology project, Red Roof Inns and Softbrands plan to upgrade a number of technology solutions in 326 properties.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, in conjunction with Frommers.com and FlightStats.com, launch the first ever online travel community.
As part of a large multi-year deal, Lowes Hotels partners with LodgeNet Interactive to deliver HDTV and Broadband Internet connections to 18 hotels across the U.S. and Canada.
Gaylord Entertainment implements RedPrairie's Workforce Management and Performance Management Solutions in an effort to optimize their 10,000+ employees and maximize profits.
Trump Hotels and Resorts announce that they will provide high-speed internet access to three of their Atlantic City locations through a deal with Wayport, Inc.
The Fort Lauderdale Grand Hotel and Yacht Club decide to install GoConcierge as their preferred web-based system after a long history with the program.
IP technology and creative marketing boost the appeal of in-room telephone systems, making it possible for these seemingly obsolete devises to again become a valued part of the in-room package.
After a six-month testing period at the Homewood Suites location in Tennessee, Hilton Hotels award Bittel USA a Prefered Vendor rating.