HEADLINES

Hotels Run with HSIA

11/1/2005
The transition to a converged network has important implications for the hospitality industry. A converged network can drive down costs by eliminating the need to install and support multiple infrastructures such as HDTV, HSIA, telephone, energy management, access control, CCTV, building management, paging, minibar and life safety systems.

The Power of Time

11/1/2005
Scheduling a hospitality workforce has become a costly nightmare, especially for those with changing service requirements.

Turning the Tables

11/1/2005
It's a Saturday evening and it looks like everyone in town decided to eat at your restaurant. This is great for business, but why did everyone show up at the same time?

Guest Work

10/1/2005
Culver's makes guest happiness its priority

Building the Brand

10/1/2005
Loyal guests are a key component to staying afloat in the hospitality industry. Hotel and restaurant operators are increasingly taking notice and using the latest tools and technology to not only build a better understanding of who their loyal guests are,

Central Command

10/1/2005
For growing hotel and restaurant companies, maintaining control over widespread broadband networks and keeping in touch with remote locations and managers ranks as one of the biggest headaches.

Brick by Brick

10/1/2005
The add-on capabilities of property management systems are popular among lodgings of all shapes and sizes, and no wonder.

High Quality, High Speed

10/1/2005
Merely providing high-speed Internet access is no longer enough in many hotel markets. These days, that service must be dial-tone reliable, easy for the guest, available via wired and wireless connection and scale up to offer adequate bandwidth to attract large tech-intensive conference business.
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