The Dylan Amsterdam has selected the Viggo platform, transforming the in-room television into an interactive media and communications center.
With consumers becoming more and more reliant on mobile technology in every aspect of their lives, customer-initiated mobile payments is a natural progression for both hotels and restaurants. In the hospitality sector adoption of costumer-initiated mobile payments remains slow but steady. Restaurants and hotels dabble in mobile wallet as they wait for technology standards in the U.S. to catch up with EMV.
Demands on hotels' cellular networks are greater than ever as guests expect consistent service for their multiple mobile devices. Offering superior cellular service for guests has emerged as a value-add opportunity for some hotels.
Smaller restaurant operators aren't typically able to finance robust technology roll-outs. In this Q&A, Lee Leet, Founder & CEO of QSR Automations, talks about DineTime, the company's new mobile app that has right-sized robust guest management tools for smaller, independent restaurants.
The survey's findings show that as budgets increase, opportunity emerges for restaurant technology to shift from responding to leading the business.
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group redesigns websites to accommodate shift of online traffic to mobile devices.
Revention has introduced a point of sale trade-in program.
Cloud-based solution from Keynote uniquely addresses app performance challenges by monitoring all aspects of app performance including the mobile network, device, and operating system.
RoamBoost's Cellular Signal Enhancement System is ensuring each guest receives a strong mobile signal whenever and wherever it is needed.
Lathem PayClock online cloud-based time and attendance solution keeps workforce running smoothly across properties.