Each year, the Hotel Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC) offers attendees a glimpse at some of the latest solutions to hit the hotel market. Hospitality Technology offers this recap of the top vendor releases and implementations that you need to know about now.
Results from a recent NCR survey show that travelers seek greater convenience and flexibility, including the ability to manage itinerary changes and travel preferences via self-service channels.
The hotel on Central Park South is partnering with Intelity to provide guests services and amenities via Apple iPads and Intelity's ICE software solution.
New device helps hotels simplify the delivery of converged IP services, redefine network cost models, and eliminates complexity from pulling wires everywhere.
The program, which replaces hand-held terminals, allows quick service and full service restaurant servers to take tableside and in-store orders on an iPad.
Working with marketing application developer innerbridge, Naples Tomato has created an application for the iPad that will let guests browse, search and expertly select from hundreds of wines.
Expansion to the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch products allows hoteliers alternative tools to leverage point of sale functions and enhance guest service.
Utilizing an intuitive icon-based navigation structure, SuiteLinq V5 entices guests to engage with their hotel while enjoying a variety of entertainment and information options on the device of their choice.
Qdoba franchisee Dakota/Nebraska Fresh-Mex, LLC will leverage a new customer mobile marketing strategy to retain and grow customers, and evangelize the brand.
On July 1, Starbucks will turn on one-click, free Wi-Fi through AT&T in all U.S. company operated stores. Building on that, Starbucks plans for a new online customer experience called the Starbucks Digital Network which will debut later this fall.