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.
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.
Find out which hospitality companies and technology trends were top-of-mind thus far with a round-up of the 15 most-read Hospitality Technology articles. Pizza Hut, La Quinta, and 2010 POS software trends are just some of the list makers.
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.
By leveraging the Mocapay mobile platform, Wow Bao customers will have the ability to receive special mobile offers and participate in mobile gifting, which offers real-time gift giving directly to another mobile phone.
The iPad will allow revenue managers to access the REVPAR GURU system's control panel from anywhere, enabling revenue managers to make rate changes, view up-to-the-minute statistics and graphs, and monitor the performance of the automated REVPAR GURU system.
To complement the recent installation of the Classic by VingCard electronic locking system, the Alva Park Resort & Spa has also installed the Infinity II in-room safe by Elsafe.
Roomlinx will complete a full installation of all 184 rooms at the Andaz, which is scheduled to open July 1, 2010, with the potential to install an additional 10,000 rooms at other properties in the future.
Restaurateurs dish on what matters most to them when it comes to point of sale features, functions and peripherals. Plus, gain insight into POS replacement plans as well as the status of wireless POS terminals.
A continuing surge in mobile Internet usage, coupled with the growing penetration of integrated GPS receivers, will see location-based local search and information services used by nearly 1.5 billion mobile users by 2014.