An outsourced network and virtual apps let citizenM Hotel Group focus on guests, and leave IT to the experts.
An examination of companies' IT budgets as a percentage of revenue reveals that restaurants are allocating more money toward IT budgets in 2011 than they did in 2009 or 2010.
The Broadmoor resort taps distributed antenna system to guarantee strong and consistent mobile services for its guestsusing AT&T, while simultaneously laying the foundation for enhanced hotel productivity in the future.
Complementary in-room HSIA now offered to loyalty members staying at JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Renaissance Hotels and Courtyard by Marriott hotels in Asia Pacific
Version 14.5 includes enhanced multi-company processing, one-button PDF and Excel report conversion, and automated ACH processing.
Booking tool enables fans to shop properties, chat with an Omni reservations agent live, and book a room, without ever leaving the Omni Facebook wall.
An online ordering service, which was first tested in March in Minneapolis, is now available in all White Castle locations.
The release of PointOS’ 4.5 point-of-sale software features an improved user interface, and greater stability within its current operating system.
Energy management system helps The Peabody Orlando to better maintain and monitor energy consumption of unoccupied guestrooms, identify when equipment is failing or when batteries are low.
What IT projects are hoteliers focused on in 2011? What are the biggest trends affecting the lodging industry? 2011 Hotel Technology Forum speakers and attendees, including Hilton, Morgans Hotel Group and Benchmark Hospitality International, answer these questions and more in our exclusive video series.