New solutions from LodgeNet and LG Electronics will provide one-to-one guest services through an in-room interactive platform that will reduce the need for set-top boxes.
SaaS provider, Vigilix, announces that over 5,000 point of sale systems are being maintained with its health Help Desk monitoring solution.
The 159-room Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel and Shula's 347 Grill will provide guests with DIRECTV programming services through a partnership with Bulk TV & Internet.
The Happiest Place on Earth will soon know where in the world you are. Disney visitors would be able to download an application to their mobile phones to plan trips and recommend activities or restaurants, writes Dawn C. Chmielewski of the Los Angeles Times.
Samsung's 70-inch diagonal, super bright LCD digital signage panel features a unique brightness control that allows outdoor advertisers to lower the brightness level at night to the level of a conventional HDTV.
Control4's SC-200 is a compact in-room controller that promotes a personalized guest experience.
The Pro:Centric platform allows hotels to deliver uniform services and features across both RF and IP based networks, without the need for additional in-room hardware such as set-top boxes.
Operators put a lot of effort into their initial property management system setup and configuration. Yet as time passes, original operational needs change and many fall victim to system mediocrity. Learn the top auditing tips to keeping your PMS running as smoothly as it did the day it was first installed.
AT&T is set to acquire wi-fi provider Wayport in an effort deliver enhanced wireless access to nearly 20,000 U.S. hotspots.
Carnival Cruise Lines will utilize the Blueprint Requirements Center 2009 within their business analysis team to help improve the requirements elicitation and elaboration process, and help decrease change requests and project rework.