A panel of top execs at the 2012 Hotel Tech Forum drill down the difficulties and problem areas for hotels looking to integrate interoperable technologies.
Hospitality operators utilize dashboards to yield insights into the inner workings of businesses and gain necessary data to improve efficiency and returns. Restaurant executives reveal how dashboard technology helps to remove guesswork in day-to-day business operations.
Thompson Hotels & Resorts improves and streamlines operations with the automated IDeaS Revenue Management System.
Luxury European hotel increases efficiency and performance with revenue management automation from IDeaS.
Maestro's ResWave booking engine 'Group Connection' controls drive meeting planner loyalty with custom event landing pages, easy group blocking, and rooming list management.
As recessionary era belt-tightening seems to be easing, IT budgets across all hospitality sectors are increasing.
The results of the 14th Annual Restaurant Technology Study reveal that the rebounding economy is encouraging operators to loosen purse strings and invest in updating management technologies.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas CIO, Kris Singleton, describes how transforming public spaces with guest-facing technology has enhanced the overall hotel experience. By extending amenities often reserved for in-room perks, The Cosmopolitan is offering the ultimate in connectivity for its guests across the entire property.
With reports piling up, lengthy wait times, inefficient labor costs, and food spoilage all translating to lost profits, restaurants need back office technologies in order to be successful. Operators are looking for systems to streamline the back-of-house. HT's 2012 Back Office Showcase offers insights into the latest technologies that will ultimately provide control and improve margins.
King's Seafood Company has shaved off two percent of its labor costs after implementing HotSchedules.