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Michael Schubach

Vice President of Product Management for Infor Hospitality

Michael Schubach

Michael Schubach, CHTP, CHAE, has more than thirty years of Hospitality industry experience and is currently Vice President of Product Management for Infor Hospitality. Previously, Michael was an industry writer and consultant working with many different organizations to develop strategies and content across the industry – from vendors to small and large hotel properties in North America, Asia, Africa and Europe. He has also held the positions of Senior program manager at INFOR, Vice President of Product Management at Agilysys, Chief Information Officer at Trump Hotel Collection, Vice President of Resort Technology at Pinehurst Resort, and Vice President of Technology at Computerized Lodging Systems. Throughout his career he has supervised system installations at more than 2,500 hotel locations worldwide. In 2015, Michael became the 38th inductee to the HFTP International Hall of Fame during HITEC in Austin, Texas.

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Infor at HITEC 2021 – Post-Show Hospitality Industry Trends and Takeaways

Our Hospitality team was delighted to attend this year’s HITEC event in Dallas. It’s always a great chance to connect with peers, prospects, and partners. It’s also a vibrant environment in which to get a great sense of hospitality industry trends in hotels, and where technology and emerging guest expectations are taking us in this new era.

HITEC TV: The Future of The Property Management System - Panel #1

The Property Management System (PMS) has always been seen as the beating heart of the hotel technology stack. Is this still the case? How has COVID-19 changed the PMS landscape and what does the future hold for companies that offer this solution? Watch three PMS innovators discuss a myriad of questions that directly affect every hotel and every guest.

Replacing Hospitality Software – How To Get out of a Sticky Situation

Stability is important. Hotels, casinos, and resorts have guests they need to serve right now, today. Hospitality software solutions in place help them do that by taking care of the basics: reservations, check-ins, folios and check-outs, along with a staggering variety of in-house services and their associated charges.

Hospitality Business Software – You Don’t Have To Lift The Whole Elephant

Maintaining a competitive edge forces hospitality organizations to take a serious look at their technology and environment. Hospitality business software systems such as a hotel property management, revenue management, sales and catering /events management might all be on the table and central to those discussions.

Where does the PMS sit in the new technology stack?

Of course the world of information technology has changed since property management systems saw their rise during the last century. At that time, a PMS was viewed as the ultimate data destination, whereas now it's one of the many stops along the “Information Superhighway.
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