2011 was a big year for technology innovation in hotels and restaurants. Ranging from major company buy-outs, to new mobile technology advancements, to skyrocketing interest in cloud technology, HT counts down the top 10 most-read headlines on its website in 2011. And, the number one spot goes to...
Lindner Hotels is putting 32 properties on a MICROS private cloud via a data center in Frankfurt, Germany. MICROS OPERA modules will allow hotel employees, distribution channels and partners access to real-time information.
The RFID locking system is fully integrated with the hotel's property management software to provide greater property security and guest door control.
TravelClick has just acquired EZYield. The merger is said to improve hotels' ability to grow distribution as well as reach and manage electronic reservations.
LodgeGate relies on RateTiger to ease the hassles of online booking connectivity. This implementation is said to same time as well as increase revenue.
The futuristic YOTEL opens flagship in Times Square, leveraging a completely integrated MICROS solution. The platform includes cloud-based room distribution, central reservations, property management, and self-check kiosks.
Lord Jeffery Inn chooses MSI to integrate property management system into historic venue.
MGM Resorts International has implemented MICROS OPERA Enterprise Solutions in 14 of its properties, and is now standardized on property management and central reservations across those locations.
By selecting Micros, the resort will eliminate the need for staff to create multiple entries with guest information, creating a unified experience for the customer and a 360 degree view of guest activities to the resort.
Vienna International has selected Micros as its preferred vendor and expects its suite of products to improve the brand’s technical environment as it expands the scope of its operations.