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.
Implementing more comprehensive PCI services, McAlister's will increase initiatives during the second half of the year to communicate the importance of compliance.
MobileXtend delivers essential travel information and real-time alerts, while empowering cost-effective spending decisions for both travelers and program managers.
RM Monitor is a new service that allows owners and managers to gain real-time visibility into virtually all key operational and management data via mobile devices including an iPhone or BlackBerry, at any time from anywhere.
Facebook and Twitter may be the social networking tools of choice today, but there's a new category of tools poised to make an impact on hospitality: geo-social networking. Find out which tools are driving this trend and how they can help you to win customer loyalty.
MGM Mirage launched five free iPhone apps, including an Augmented Reality application that merges real Vegas with virtual Vegas; resort applications for Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand and New York-New York; and an Entertainment of Las Vegas app.
Hilton Worldwide CIO, Robert Webb, offers his take on the top three technologies that business travelers cannot live without. Learn what they are as well as how Hilton Worldwide is leveraging these tools to keep their guests coming back for more.