HT staff, with video cameras in hand, sat down with MURTEC 2011 attendees to gain insight into their companies' top IT priorities, as well as the major IT trends affecting the foodservice industry. Execs from Hard Rock, Tasti D-Lite and more weigh in.
After a two-year trial, InterContinental Budapest selected the Acentic system for its proven and reliable technology targeting at enhancing guests' satisfaction and increasing revenue opportunities.
Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc. selected SecureConnect for its ability to secure even the most complex of infrastructures.
Holland America Line leverages Microsoft Tags to create an engaging smartphone video experience with social sharing features.
Macaroni Grill turned to Aerohive for wireless when they were tasked with a massive effort to revamp the nationwide restaurant chain's entire IT system.
New app allows for the analysis of financial performance, gaming activity levels and revenues, daily table and slot performance, entertainment and promotions, and lodging operations.
After years of struggling in a negative business environment, restaurant IT investment is back, and with a laser-sharp focus on productivity, efficiency and cost control. Operators reveal how IT decisions are being made, top POS features and more.
New global initiative connects concierge teams and guests via FaceTime, further enhancing destination advice through 'virtual' contact.
Gustaaf Schrils, vice president, global technology, Americas for InterContinental Hotels Group, weighs in on the smartphone app vs. kiosk check-in debate and offers a sneak-peak at a pilot test that enables guests to bypass the front desk and unlock their rooms with their mobile phones.
Ponemon Institute's "Cost of a Data Breach" report finds compliance pressures and cyber attacks drive companies to respond more quickly and incur higher costs.