The hospitality industry is ready and willing to embrace technology in order to create guest-centric services and amenities. This shift is evident in the amount of high-touch, high-tech products that were introduced at the recent HITEC.
Analyzing data is becoming ever more vital for the hospitality industry; this month's issue of HT calls out the conundrum and highlights solutions. HT's editor, Dorothy Creamer, discusses how data will be the differentiator in this new era of service and customer experience.
Enabling CIOs to become more effective leaders requires that executives are invested in the overall goals of the company. This sentiment is echoed in Hospitality Technology’s annual Industry Outlook, where the editorial advisory board weighs in on objectives and predictions for the year ahead.
At the recent MURTEC, 58 percent of attendees named increasing guest counts as a top business objective. Those bigger numbers can be achieved by investing in the latest technologies in social CRM, e-commerce and business intelligence
HT's Group Editor-in-Chief, Abigail Lorden shares the news that Hospitality Technology magazine and HTNG have announced a collaborative relationship. The partnership will include research projects, special educational reports and industry networking and educational events.
HT’s group editor-in-chief Abigail Lorden reflects on how being a new mother has heightened her desire to protect her family’s digital assets. Lorden says it’s a cause that Starwood Hotels & Resorts is taking seriously, too, according to her recent interview with Starwood’s CIO Martha Poulter.