HEADLINES

Generation Next

4/1/2006
Holiday Inn Goes After Gen-X travelers with a high-tech touch

Loyalty Lessons

4/1/2006
Restaurant operators discuss making loyalty programs work

The Enabler

4/1/2006
Property management evolves from a basic platform, to a sophisticated tool

Web of Data

4/1/2006
Giving reporting power to managers anywhere, anytime

Faster Data, Better Decisions

3/1/2006
Tell a manager the results he got three weeks ago, and he's likely to recollect some of the decisions and ideas that fed into it. Tell that manager the results from yesterday, and he or she will recall a lot more detail. An hour ago? Even better. And if you can predict what will happen when the next shift end, then it is a whole new world.

Interfacing with the Future

3/1/2006
Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG) was founded in June 2002 by a group of hotel executives and technology vendors with the broad objective of addressing the structure of the industry, with the ultimate goal of building systems that would work better together.

Up To Speed

3/1/2006
In the restaurant industry, speed can become a way of life. Whether it is timing the drive-thru at a quick-service chain, kitchen timers at a fast-casual restaurant, or wait times for the casual diner, nearly all restaurants keep close track of speed and efficiency. For the foodservice industry, time really is money and any good restaurant manager recognizes that speedy service is an essential ingredient in the delivery of an enjoyable dining experience for guests.
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