What to Expect in 2008

The ancient art of tasseography - better known as reading tea leaves - has been associated with cultures ranging from the Scottish and Irish to the Greeks and Chinese. Now, after thousands of years, it has finally made its way to HT's headquarters for its inaugural issue of 2008. So, join with us as we peer into the industry's tea cup, in order to divine and understand the issues and trends that will affect you in the year to come.

AT&T Pact Brings WiFi Service to 7,000 Starbucks Locations

Starbucks Corporation announces a new comprehensive communications agreement with AT&T that will enhance the enterprise networking capabilities for Starbucks by streamlining business operations and enhancing the customer experience.

Millennium's Brand Standardization Strategy Begins with US Micros Installation

Millennium Hotels and Resorts announces that it has selected MICROS OPERA as the standard property management solution (PMS) and MICROS 9700 Hospitality Management System (HMS) as the standard food and beverage point-of-sale solution for its 14 Millennium Hotel properties located in the United States.

Hotel del Coronado Upgrades Materials Management System from Agilysys

The Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, Calif. announces that it has upgraded to the latest version of the Materials Management System (MMS) inventory procurement solution from Agilysys with enhanced features and functionality that will enable the 679-room property to increase efficiency and streamline operations.

Tenn.-based Copper Cellar Reduces Slippage with Bevchek from Squirrel

Knoxville, Tenn.-based Copper Cellar, operator of seven brands including Cappuccino's, Cherokee Grill, Chesapeake's, Calhoun's, Copper Cellar, Cumberland Grill and Smoky Mountain Brewery, announces its implementation of a beverage management system from Squirrel Systems.
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