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80% of Diners Would Visit a Restaurant More if There Were Digital Coupons: Study

Tillster's Digital Coupons and Loyalty Index examines how a restaurant’s digital coupons or loyalty strategy can help them to grow sales and engage with customers.

Marriott to Trial Facial Recognition Check-In Technology in China

The traditional hotel check-in process takes three minutes; with facial recognition technology, it takes less than one minute.

This article from Zingle provides insights on how hospitality companies can improve their guest experience and increase operational efficiency in real time by texting.

A total of 100 AI powered Club InterContinental suites will be available within the year.

If a restaurant can identify a customer’s age, it can personalize its mobile website/app for younger vs. older customers to improve guest loyalty and use.


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  • Which data can provide the greatest value 
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MURTEC 2018: Gail Seanor TGI Fridays

Gail Seanor with TGI Friday's talks tech strategy and best practices with Hospitality Technology magazine's Dorothy Creamer.

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Wednesday, October 17 - Friday, October 19
Omni Hotel, Nashville, Tenn.

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Focus Before Speed

HT’s editor reflects on the 2018 Hotel Visionary Award winners and the similarities in how they achieved the innovations for which they are honored.


Humanizing AI

HT’s editor reflects the rise of machine intelligence and its impact on hospitality


From One IT Exec to Another: It is Possible to Simplify Your Tech Stack

Restaurants need to reduce systems to gain insights.


What do I do with all this Data?

It used to be that collecting useful data was the hard part.

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