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The Hyatt Regency Tampa becomes the city's first hotel in downtown to be awarded Florida Green Lodging's Two Palm designation in recognition of increased energy consumption and pollution prevention.
A new set of commercial cloud services from IBM, the Smart Business portfolio, promises to automate information technology processes and increase business efficiency.
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.
Disneyland Paris partners with Orange Business Services to give guests the ability to access theme park information before and during their stay through mobile cellular devices.
Tar Heel Capital, operator of 76 Wendy's locations is reducing instances of fraud and slashing costs with the implementation of DigitalPersona's U.are.U fingerprint readers at the POS.
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.
The Sheraton Society Hill Hotel in historic Philadelphia is seeing a significant reduction in its liquor costs though the implementation of Capton's RFID beverage tracker solution.
In 2007, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts launched Link@Sheraton, a unique concept for its lobbies that melds technology with social interaction. These lobbies strive to create an ideal work-play environment, complete with all-in-one workstations, free HSIA and, in some locations, Microsoft Surface touch-sensitive tables. Find out why both guests and owners are raving about these concept lobbies in this exclusive interview with Starwood execs Hoyt Harper, SVP of brand management, and Mark McBeth, VP of IT.
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.