Robert Stevenson


Robert  Stevenson

Robert Stevenson is a tech and entertainment executive with more than 20 years of rich experience across a broad array of disciplines, including product and business development, marketing, engineering, and finance. Prior to the formation of INTELITY, Robert served as CEO of KEYPR, helping to lead the company to significant growth and also, Head of Content Strategy for Oculus, the world’s largest VR & AR platform purchased by Facebook for $3Bn. Robert was also Chief Product Officer at Sony Computer Entertainment’s GAIKAI, acquired for $380M, with a corporate reporting line into Sony Interactive Entertainment, where he led the global brain trust behind the world’s largest game streaming service, PlayStation Now. Robert has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and has completed undergraduate studies in Design and Computer Science at North Carolina State University. He is a seed investor in a number of tech and F&B start-ups and works with young entrepreneurs and advisory boards to help them reach their goals. When Robert is not focused on building great businesses, he spends his time with family, friends, and wine… often in joyful combination.

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Post-COVID Guest Experience: How Can Hotels Maintain a Personal Touch?

The answer: Not easily! The old 'close to the customer' approach is going to have to undertake a socially distanced approach. Guest service folks will require re-education. Hand shakes? Probably not.

In a Mobile-Everything World, the Post-COVID Future Is Bright for Guest Tech

As a member of our executive team put it when COVID descended upon the world and demand for the INTELITY platform rose significantly, "I always knew mobile technology would become really essential for hotels.

Visioning a Post-COVID Era in Guest-Facing Tech

Since its onset, the global health pandemic has undoubtedly represented an upheaval of the hospitality market with virtually all industry professionals recognizing a need to reevaluate their offerings to conform to new guest needs, behaviors and expectations.

A Case for Investing in Technology During the Design and Development Process

The discussion about technology has changed immensely over the past several years, and hoteliers worldwide have received the message: all guests, millennial, gen z, or otherwise, want mobile tech included in their experience.