Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, La Quinta, and Red Lion honored for technological innovation at annual Hotel Technology Forum.
Epson has released plug-and-play, out-of-the-box ready for iOS, Android and Windows 8 mobile devices.
The Grand Hyatt Kauai's guest satisfaction ratings were dropping due to an outdated communications infrastructure and inefficient public and guestroom Wi-Fi access. Download this case study to find out how the Grand Hyatt Kauai implemented a Motorola WLAN and mobile computer solution that not only improved guest and meeting planner satisfaction scores, but is a major differentiator in their ultra-competitive market. (Sponsored)
P2PE is now available on MICROS solutions in the U.S. and Canada.
Panera plans an enhanced customer experience powered by technology.
As hotels expand the functionality of their networks to improve the guest experience, they are presented with increased security challenges. These challenges span regulatory changes, new technologies and changes in operational processes. Managing the security component of these changes is complex, time consuming and requires a specialized skillset. In this executive Q&A, Charlotte Baker, CEO of Digital Hands, talks about some of the latest challenges hotels face in protecting their networks, their guests, and their businesses.
Taco John's and Eskimo Joe's are among recipients of honors for best practices in digital marketing and online ordering.
The director of IT for Benchmarc Restaurants offers his insights on how to decide if a tablet-based point of sale is right for your restaurant and identifies key considerations.
When it became evident that Cosi's loyalty strategy had become less relevant to its customers, the eatery sought the help of Paytronix to revitalize the system and engage a younger demographic. The a POS-integrated solution has provided Cosi with the perfect fit for rewards, messaging and more, enabling management to have a better and more complete picture of what customers want in order to drive business.
Two years ago, Interstate Hotels & Resorts was at a crossroads. Facing aging storage servers and the high costs associated with maintaining legacy systems, the company decided to move its infrastructure to the cloud. Today, CIO Jim Lamb is reporting that the wide-spread transformation is paying back in both financial savings and operational benefits, chief among them mobile access to the company’s business intelligence system. In this exclusive interview, Lamb offers insight into Interstate’s infrastructure transformation, plus tips for selecting and working with cloud-based technology suppliers.