With escalating energy costs and manufacturing prices, inventory control in the foodservice industry is becoming more and more of a focal point each day. In Part 1 of this two part series, learn the benefits of moving from a par stock based inventory control system to a minimum-maximum algorithm accomplished through back office foodservice software.
Peninsula Hotels announce that it will be upgrading all of its hotels to Opera v5.0 and deploying the OPERA Revenue Management System following the successful pilot at its Hong Kong and New York properties.
Lodging Interactive's launch of its HuBBub 2.0 marketing services solution for hotels allows hotels to leverage multiple social media websites to help maximize their online reach.
Finz Seafood & Grill shows how any restaurant can use their own waste vegetable oil to generate electricity and hot water at their back door with the installation of Vegawatt.
MBM Food Service and Cheney Brothers, Inc join the list of foodservice distributors using RTIconnect for its online ordering capabilities.
Scala announces that Release 4 of the Scala5 connected signage software is now available for sale. Key features include the integration of Ad Manager with the Scala Content Manager and more.
Scala announces the launch of its new market-centric website that features digital signage customer profiles across multiple industry markets.
Skiers hitting the resort slopes this winter can receive help when making equipment purchasing decisions with Skis.com's new buying guides and online tutorials.
HT's editorial staff combed through 2008's articles to bring you our picks for the top ten headlines that are too important to be missed. You might not have read them the first time around, so here's your chance to catch up. From tops interviews with Dunkin' Donuts, InterContinental Hotels Group, and Fuddruckers executives, to insights into property management and point of sale execution strategies, these are the articles that are too important to miss in 2008.
UK-based Crowne Plaza Hotels now offer guests the option of receiving "switch off calls" at night in an effort to curb BlackBerry and email use and promote a good night's sleep.