Kiosks are sliding over under the self-service umbrella to make room for a number of solutions that put control into the hands of customers. Learn how self-service is being redefined in the restaurant and lodging segments, and the solutions that are making it so.
The M Resort Spa Casino opens in Las Vegas and features a wide array of technology installs in its guestroom and gaming area. Handheld, mobile gaming devices and seamless wireless access are just some of the solutions.
The new rugged design of Meraki's next-generation three-radio 802.11n device provides robust wireless connectivity across large areas quickly and cost effectively.
K&W Cafeterias is using an advanced secure network to encrypt store data and ensure PCI standards compliance; a move that management says adds up to substantial cost savings and improvements in productivity.
Ramada Jarvis Hotels will use TravelCLICK's RateVIEW Enterprise for personalised pricing intelligence across 38 hotels from its portfolio.
All 50 hotels in the Day's Inn Business Alliance Group are using Ping Mobile's mobile marketing strategy to deliver daily promotions to its guests via SMS text messaging. Management for the Boston location describes how the system is paying off for them.
GoodFoodNearYou allows users to search for the healthiest restaurants by location on GPS enabled mobile devices, including the RIM BlackBerry Pearl, Curve, Storm and Bold and the Apple iPhone and iPod touch.
Chartres Lodging Group's Dallas and Denver Sheratons will complete the rollout of an occupancy-based energy management network from Telknet Inc. this April.
Today, video is no longer just for surveillance. Restaurants that integrate POS data with managed video as a service (MVaas) can create custom exception-based reports for an in-depth view of operations. Learn how these solutions can cut costs, reduce loss and drive efficiency.
Amadeus joins the BlackBerry Alliance Program and is developing an application that allows travelers to download trip information straight onto their BlackBerry smartphones.