Olga's aims to deepen guest connections by linking guests eating at its brick and mortar locations to its online properties including Facebook, Twitter and more.
Universal "Best Western to Go" app allows travelers to plan trips, book hotels Worldwide, and share adventures with friends and family.
Find found which companies and trends topped Hospitality Technology's annual most-read articles list. If you missed these news-makers the first time around, be sure to check them out.
CKE launches Happy Star Rewards, a GPS-enabled loyalty program that rewards users for checking in at Carl's Jr. and Hardee's locations across the U.S.
GMobile gives travelers additional flexibility to book, view and cancel reservations from their mobile phones.
Hospitality Technology surveys more than 300 foodservice and lodging executives to pinpoint the platform innovations that matter most to them, as well as their 2011 POS purchasing plans. Meanwhile, POS vendors recap their biggest software innovations from 2010, and offer a sneak peak at the technologies and big-picture trends that are expected to make waves in the year ahead.
In this exclusive Q&A, Mike Blake, CIO for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, reveals cloud technology's role in helping streamline communications for its 40,000 "deskless" workers, plus gives insights into the company's overall technology strategy.
Version 2.0 of the Data Security Standards does not introduce any major new requirements, but it does offer a hefty dose of needed clarification. Learn what's new.
For several years, hoteliers and technology vendors alike have been working toward a more integrated world when it comes to their technology systems. HT talks to hotel operators and Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG) to determine their biggest integration hurdles and what is being done to overcome them.
PCI compliance is a must-do, but true network security addresses field support and Wi-Fi. Wendy's franchisee Wendelta, a subsidiary of the Carlisle Corporation, explains.