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Benefits of Blockchain in Integrated Hotel Management Systems

This thought leadership article from Mindtree discusses the benefits of blockchain for hospitality companies.  Blockchain technology is radically challenging the status quo in the travel and hospitality ecosystem using math and cryptography.

2017 Hotel Visionaries

Innovative hotel companies focus on centralizing, streamlining and removing friction from enterprise and customer-facing operations.

From poor methodology to gaps between software and business requirements, many of the reasons for project failures are the same today as they were 10 years ago.

The hospitality company announced it will enable room selection and customization via mobile and web-based floor plans plus guests will be able to use their smartphone as their room key in majority of hotel rooms by 2016.

With a client list that often includes high profile celebrities and wealthy families, Corinthia Hotel London has found a way to provide even the most demanding guests with a five-star experience.

The Clarion Hotel sees increased guest satisfaction scores with a mobile check-in roll-out.

Travelers are increasingly willing to utilize Facebook and other social networking sites to plan and purchase hotel stays.

Strong technology services, mobile friendly websites and apps and social media engagement are just a few ways hoteliers can appeal to millennial guests.

Embracing personalization technologies, machine learning-powered solutions, social media analytics and mutually beneficial partnerships could help hotels improve their loyalty programs.

A well-built revenue management system can have a significant impact on a hotel's ability to predict occupancy, and the best room rates for any given period. Executives from Omni, Goodmanagement and Nordic Choice Hotels share their top system criteria.

The Aqua Aloha Surf Hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii minimizes its impact on the environment with green key cards.

From expanding bandwidth to RFID locks, hotels scramble to meet consumer expectations for in-room innovation. To that end, here are five of the hottest guestroom trends to watch for in 2012.

As the downturned economy continues and the the risk of identity theft grows, and so does the likelihood that hospitality companies will face major unplanned financial penalties for failing to safeguard consumers' information in the midst of the growing threat.

Hyatt, NH Hotel Group, La Quinta Inns and Suites and Watermark Luxe Waterfront Cottages were chosen for their outstanding achievement, vision and leadership in technological innovation.

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