Seven must-haves for optimizing the total customer experience successfully.
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Technology has become critical to attracting and retaining hotel guests, and today that means investing in a wide range of solutions that create immediate and personal engagement. With rising expectations, surprise and delight has been replaced by expected and assumed. In this mega-trends special report, HT pulls together data from its 2016 Lodging Technology Study, combined with insight from industry thought leaders and hoteliers, to find out more about what’s shaping technology spending today. From mobile key to location-based data, these are the top technology goals and capital investment priorities in 2016.
Dickey's Barbecue Pit remains relevant by personalizing offers with geo-focused information.
TouchBistro increases front- and back-of-house efficiency for European restaurateurs with iZettle integration.
ProPay expands mobile payment acceptance options by adding Samsung Pay to its solution suite.
NFC mobile payment users to reach 150M, Outback app enables mobile payment, integrated solution rollouts and more made headlines in the point of sale throughout March.
The Godfrey Hotel Boston selects OpenKey to provide mobile access to guestrooms.
RFID access technology secures capsule-sized rooms and provides streamlined self-service payment options.
MyWallet SDK introduction is a PCI DSS Level 1 solution that shifts liability and provides seamless customer experience.