Multiple brands including Residence Inn, Holiday Inn and more are set to deploy the LodgeNet/Ruckus high speed Internet access solution to provide improved WiFi quality, speed and security.
Torex Loyalty allows retailers to create personalized offers for customers sent via text message, Bluetooth and email.
The Mandarin Oriental is known for their technology differentiators among hotel operators, specifically when it comes to giving guests the in-room technology that they demand. Get the scoop on what the Mandarin Orientals' flagship New York City location did to ensure integrated VoIP, high-definition content, and voice over WiFi.
The MOBVIS project allows users to create hyperlinked cell phone photos of street surrounding to provide them with interactive tourism and GPS capabilities.
HT's editorial staff combed through 2008's articles to bring you our picks for the top ten headlines that are too important to be missed. You might not have read them the first time around, so here's your chance to catch up. From tops interviews with Dunkin' Donuts, InterContinental Hotels Group, and Fuddruckers executives, to insights into property management and point of sale execution strategies, these are the articles that are too important to miss in 2008.
MyCity Alerts allows restaurants to send coupons and special offers to potential customers who are located within a five mile radius of their business.
The acquisition of Newbury Networks will enable Trapeze to deliver a broader set of WLAN products to growing market segments worldwide and to integrate best-of-breed location capabilities into its products.
The new Motel 6 prototype, the "Phoenix," will feature a number of green environmentally friendly features, as well as multiple technology upgrades including WiFi, flat screen TVs and more.
The latest releases in payment technology show continued focus on wireless and contactless solutions that promote payment security and efficiency. Cell phone enabled applications and wireless credit card readers are just some of the solutions on the market.
Hotels fight the battle against workforce miscommunication with six system trends that are efficient and undetectable by guests. Text massaging, Blackberry-type devices and WiFi connectivity top the list.