The property management system solutions provider is also highlighting its cloud-based Maestro Web PMS and its new subscription pricing plan to lower the entrance cost.
Current install rates for cloud-based PMS hover at around 9 percent, and an additional 15 percent of hotels are planning a migration in the year ahead. HT offers guidance from those who've taken the leap above property with four factors to consider before making a purchase.
Interfacing with the hotel's property management system, it will charge guests when towels are not returned.
White Lodging combines guest comfort with savings by deploying INNCOM energy management system (EMS).
Maestro gives independents mobile apps and Wi-Fi flexibility for personalized guest service, greater profitability and productivity.
BLVD Hotels chooses SkyTouch Technology to help improve operating performance and better serve guests.
StayNTouch Mobile Check In and Out PMS Overlay implemented at the Eden Resort, a Best Western Premier Resort.
New neglected tickets reporting function from HOTELbeat enhances operations management solution and ensures maintenance issues and guest requests are completed in a timely manner.
HotelREZ Hotels & Resorts launches new PMS interface, REZSwitch.
While many organizations are outsourcing technology as a way to reduce the cost and complexity of managing their infrastructure, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts is strengthening in-house technology resources. The company is bringing in developers, analysts and more, to develop a hospitality platform that will enable rapid innovation and a competitive edge. This approach, according to Hyatt CTO Matt O'Keefe, empowers a company to deploy technology quickly and to scale; and creates a closer link between the guest and the brand. In an exclusive interview with HT, O'Keefe talks about Hyatt's technology approach and the new hospitality platform that will roll out later this year.