Surges in mobile websites and smartphone apps are introducing the need for hotels to change up their reservations channel strategies Joie de Vivre Hotels' chief revenue officer explains.
In an effort to discourage Wi-Fi freeloaders who are a drain on their bottom lines, a number of California-based coffee shops are flipping their Wi-Fi switches permanently to the off position, writes Jessica Guynn of the Los Angeles Times.
As a Certified Partner, Northwind will have access to exclusive resources and technical assistance from Microsoft that are expected to enrich Maestro's solutions.
Through a new smartphone website, Blackberry and iPhone users can make a reservation or search the group's full directory of more than 450 affiliate properties worldwide.
A self-service tableside beer dispensing system enables Boston's Littlest Bar to limit waste while giving patrons more control over the pouring process.
The SB-9090 offers projected capacitive touch screen technology, simple hardware connectivity, an exchangeable hard drive, hidden cable compartment, an adjustable base, and customer display.
After experiencing measurable results from more than a dozen properties, the Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas is the latest to implement property management and document management systems from Agilysys to drive guest service and streamline ops.
More than 100 food, beverage and consumer packaged goods providers including Coca Cola and Frito Lay are participating in Subway's new online B2B marketplace.
A deal between McDonald's and IBM will deliver a new cashless payment solution for 1,300 owned and franchised restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
Since installing a self-serve beer dispensing system from Ellickson International in April 2010, Tir Na Nog has realized decreased waste, increased sales and a more social atmosphere.