Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort visitors can now view attraction wait times, locate favorite characters, and more through the use of a Verizon Wireless mobile cell phone application.
The interaction between the two solutions enables the guest to securely receive his or her room number and room key via cell phone, thereby streamlining the check-in and check-out process by allowing the guest to bypass the front desk.
The new solution promises to solve the main issues facing both network owners and advertisers by providing a centralized, automated platform designed specifically to connect and distribute ads to digital out-of-home networks.
Hilton Worldwide's new iPhone app enables guests to search for nearby hotels, check-in online up to 48 hours in advance, order food/services to be available upon arrival and more.
VeriFone's PAYware Transact Version 3.2.0 features PA-DSS validation, added support for gift card purchasing and check processing and more.
OpenWays, a global developer of mobile'based access'management and guest'service solutions for the hospitality industry, has joined forces with MICROS Systems, Inc, to better respond to the exploding demand by hoteliers for leveraging cell phone technology and its related infrastructure to offer better service to their guests.
At the core of the Alliance program, Elfiq's Link Balancer product line provides redundant connectivity by balancing multiple Internet and private links from various providers to meet and exceed bandwidth needs.
theWit is the first property to deploy an interface that processes information in real-time from the SAFLOK locks to MTech's hotel service optimization system HotSOS using SAFLOK's Messenger LENS (Lock Event Notification System).
The Holland America Line will celebrate Microsoft's new operating system with a series of classes and launch parties led by instructors who are Microsoft-trained, and are officially approved Windows 7 launch hosts.
Through this partnership, the lock maintains a key role in communicating access information to the in-room coordinators, which in turn determine how the in-room appliances such as lamps, thermostats, or the TV will respond.