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David Millili

Chief Executive Officer of Angie Hospitality

David Millili

A seasoned technology, marketing and operations executive, David Millili, is recognized for his visionary thinking, hands-on management, and deep industry expertise. He has more than 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry with practical experience in all aspects of hotel operations and management. He is currently the CEO of Angie Hospitality® and recently served as COO of Nomadix.

Prior to joining Nomadix, Millili served as CEO of Runtriz™, a leading developer of innovative mobile software solutions for hotels, resorts, and casinos. He previously served as the GM of two iconic New York City Times Square hotels and co-founded Timeless Hospitality, one of the first e-commerce platforms developed for the exclusive purpose of generating web reservations for independent hotels.

David Millili served as the chief executive officer and board member of Pegasus Solutions, a global leader in providing technology and services to hotels and travel distributors. Millili also founded and led Open Hospitality to become a recognized industry leader in providing innovative hotel internet marketing services including web design, development, and hosting, mobile platforms, online search, and marketing. He currently sits on a number of boards and as a former hotel general manager, he has valuable experience in all aspects of hotel operations and management.

Insights by David Millili (2)

Ripe for Rebound: The Future of Hospitality

They say that smooth seas do not make for skillful sailors, and indeed, over the past several months, that belief has been put to the test. As global communities continue to work tirelessly to combat the spread of the coronavirus, the hospitality industry has been placed in an incredibly vulnerable position.

The Death of Yesterday’s PMS: Embracing the New Normal

Does anyone remember the NCR 4200. Used as the front desk and night audit posting machine? That dinosaur was replaced by what we thoughtlessly named the “PMS” (which would have been better named 'PMIS” for “information system.
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