A Cornell University study compared eleven technologies commonly used in restaurants and found that customers are more comfortable with early dining stage technologies such as virtual menus, pagers and kiosks.
Computerworld Magazine Names Marriott as one of the "Top 12 Green IT Companies" in recognition of the company's efforts to make its hi-tech operations even more energy efficient and less wasteful.
The two firms have jointly created a best-of-breed solution that allows end-users to increase the value of digital signage implementation and extend the reach of digital signage delivery.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts will promote its complete portfolio of hotels with Cvent's supplier network.
Vendor Safe's PCI Reporting Suite empowers ISOs and acquiring banks to better manage their portfolio's overall risk profile and monitor compliance.
The ability to effectively market hotels globally is a valuable benefit for operators because of the increased profitability and sustained company growth it can create. Learn how Potomac Hospitality Services is boosting its third-party website presence with the use of channel management distribution software.
The competitive landscape for IP contact centers (IPCC) has shifted significantly over the past three years says a recent Datamonitor report. Vendors have begun to offer unified product lines, aiming for common administration/reporting, user interfaces and functionality far beyond basic routing.
Beginning in May, McDonald's will launch a pilot program for the chain's branded TV channel, offering entertainment, infotainment, messaging and advertising to enhance the customer experience.
Trust International partners with Wego and Make My Trip to connect hotels to markets and simplify the reservation process for all parties.
San Francisco's Orchard Hotel becomes the second hotel in California and fourth hotel in the world to earn the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design-Existing Building certification.