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Give Hotel Guests What They Demand: The Best Digital Experience

A robust website, the use of mobile devices by guests and hotel staff, and cloud-based back-office, CXM and operational systems all require hotels' put in place a strong network infrastructure.

Madison Hotel's Optical LAN Saves It More Than $100K Compared to Traditional Copper-Based LAN Design

OLAN contributes to hotel's sustainability goals by eliminating thousands of feet of cabling, plastics, PVC and associated fiber management.

Insights Summit to take place at the Hyatt Regency Dulles in Washington D.C.

Through Atrius, Acuity Brands will leverage intelligent luminaires, lighting and building management controls, software platform services and solution development tools.

Peter Cryan

When senior leaders at Arby’s were investigating various innovative strategies for driving growth and profitability, one idea suggested was developing smaller footprint stores in more urban areas, where demographic data suggested more opportunities.  This strategy presented several cha

Delivering a seamless, personalized experience requires the elegant behind-the-scenes orchestration of many different technologies. This is far from easy — or inexpensive.

HT’s Advisory Board reveals top technology priorities as well as insights on what will impact hotels and restaurants in the year ahead.

With Hosted America and BroadSoft, Durham Hotel now offers cloud-based UCC platform.

The platform will allow for speedier ordering processes and drive commerce operations more efficiently.

Samsung Electronics America partners with Samsung SDS and SapientRazorfish to showcase an IoT-enabled connected shopping experience.

Part of the infrastructure upgrade includes a new central reservation system, global loyalty club program, and revenue management program.

Integration, streamlined ops and business continuity top benefits for moving systems above property.

Guests don't want to master new technology, so give them the freedom of speech

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