Customer demand for instant mobile access, coupled with the increased penetration of smartphone use in the United States is helping to drive hospitality's investment in mobile applications.
In the ongoing debate over the paid versus free model of providing HSIA to hotel guestrooms, many operators are tapping into new ways to manage their bandwidth. Learn how the use of tiered pricing and active bandwidth management devices can help.
From advanced data analysis reporting capabilities to remote management solutions, operators dish on the technology solutions that are helping them to combat the three most common areas for profit loss.
Shifting consumer expectations, a brightening economy, and a bevy of up-and-coming applications are kicking once stalled hospitality self-service initiatives back into gear. Read about these trends and more in Hospitality Technology's annual Self-Service Technology Study.
The new iPhone app, which will make its debut at HITEC 2010, provides general managers with immediate access to actionable business insights delivered by Alloso's Portfolio One system.
In addition to guest amenities, the InnerWireless distributed antenna system delivers safety communications and guarantees that the two-way radios of police/fire/rescue personnel will work flawlessly inside the 67-acre metropolis.
In choosing VISIONLINE by VingCard and Signature RFID door locks, the 446-room property will be able to centralize the reprogramming of individual locks, the cancellation of guest and staff keycards, and more.
SALTO Systems will be exhibiting and demonstrating its latest innovations in hotel security technology including a brand new RFID lock, the AElement.
MobileXtend delivers essential travel information and real-time alerts, while empowering cost-effective spending decisions for both travelers and program managers.
Implementing more comprehensive PCI services, McAlister's will increase initiatives during the second half of the year to communicate the importance of compliance.