Touchscreen phones integrate with Renaissance Montgomery POS, PMS; guests can book reservations, check stocks and weather, view city maps and more
Integration of ChannelDirect, V5i Revenue Management enables TravelCLICK customers to push pricing to 120 third-party Websites in real time
Agreement with Wayport will install HSIA at all Wyndham Vacation Resorts and its affiliates
Hilton is using interactive touch-screen televisions to give guests access to information at any time that ordinarily might require interaction with a conference manager or concierge. Hilton indicates that this is both an opportunity to serve its customers as well as a chance to give them a peek at technology of the future - much as hotels did when they first offered air conditioning or remotes in rooms.
Personalized group Web pages created free-of-charge, unencumbered by hotel input or involvement
Payment Applications Best Practices program recommends Cardholder Information Security Program validation
Conference seeks to provide cost-effective regulatory guidance, best practices to hospitality IT professionals
Accor North America announces first Motel 6 prototype in 12 years; new design focuses on style, in-room technologies
MSI doubles the number of EnterprisePM-supported users through processor testing at Microsoft's Technology Center
For years, hotel operators have taken comfort in the fact that their boxy old rear-projection televisions (the ones tucked inside the armoire) would last at least five to seven years. If one broke, they simply swapped it out for an inexpensive newer model. Not anymore.