The proliferation of technology in American culture within the last decade caused the hospitality industry to have a bit of a technology identity crisis. But as the industry gains back its footing in the new landscape, it is finding new and more creative ways to leverage technology and create experiences unique to the hospitality industry. It is also going back to its roots and finding ways to be seen as a marketplace for technological innovation by implementing technology that few if any customers will possess or experience.
Central Louisiana casino-resort tackles inventory procurement, reservations and document management
Touchscreen phones integrate with Renaissance Montgomery POS, PMS; guests can book reservations, check stocks and weather, view city maps and more
Payment Applications Best Practices program recommends Cardholder Information Security Program validation
MSI doubles the number of EnterprisePM-supported users through processor testing at Microsoft's Technology Center
PMS will manage operations at Hersha's first boutique property in TriBeCa
The vendor community needs to get serious about fostering interoperability between solutions, according to Tom Conophy, CIO of InterContinental Hotels Group. Go inside the integration strategies of one of the world's largest hotel companies, and read about its CIO's industry-wide call to action.
Connection allows hotel to manage rates, availability, inventory, reservations directly from MICROS Property Management System
Millennium Hotels and Resorts announces that it has selected MICROS OPERA as the standard property management solution (PMS) and MICROS 9700 Hospitality Management System (HMS) as the standard food and beverage point-of-sale solution for its 14 Millennium Hotel properties located in the United States.
Pinehurst Resort in Village of Pinehurst, N.C. announces that it has selected the Visual One Club Management System by Agilysys and the Visual One Spa System by Agilysys to streamline operations at the property.