Hotel Technology Channel
Hotel technology is constantly changing – but are you keeping pace? To help you remain competitive, we have developed this Hotel Technology Channel in association with Hospitality Technology Europe.
What technology do you need in place if you have more than one hotel property in your portfolio? In the final instalment of our week long video series, iTesso’s Patrick van der Wardt talks you though multi-property solutions.
iTesso’s Erik Weller returns in today’s video to explain how the a guest ledger should work for your hotel.
iTesso’s Erik Weller returns in today’s video to explain the role of a good booking engine for your hotel.
In the second instalment of our video series designed to help you understand hotel technology terms, iTesso’s Erik Weller looks at dynamic Packaging.
Do you know what a single image inventory is? Fear not! Our week-long video series is here to help you unpick those complex technical terms that are revolutionising the UK hotel industry. Today, iTesso’s Patrick van der Wardt explains single image inventory.
Two senior figures from the international hospitality industry are taking centre stage at this year’s Hospitality Technology Europe (HTE). Randy Dearborn, vice president multimedia and guest technology, MGM Resorts International and Allie Hope, Virgin Hotels’ head of development, will each deliver a keynote speech to unofficially open and close the event.
Would you like to be more guest-facing and spend less time scrutinising data on your desktop PC? With cloud technology, you can now do both! We review some of the latest mobile solutions increasing productivity (and revenue) for hotel managers.
Pub and restaurant operators must embrace new technologies in order to be successful in 2014 and beyond as the pace of change in the sector is going to accelerate even further.
Growing competition in the hospitality market has led to a greater need for additional revenue streams. Ancillary services are now offered to customers throughout the purchase process and beyond. We ask Nigel Bramwell, CEO of Voiamo, to explain why hotels should to offer add-on services that are not one-offs, but that build long term relationships with consumers.
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