For the first time ever, the entire hospitality industry is feeling a sense of urgency: they’re not just interested in technology, they’re interested in technology right now. As INTELITY CTO Ira Dworkin put it in a recent interview, “Many hotels have known that they would eventually need a mobile app, but thought they could put it off for a few more years.
INTELITY®, the developer of hospitality's broadest guest experience platform, announced today a new collaboration with The Leading Hotels of the World (Leading Hotels). The relationship will launch the INTELITY platform worldwide with the future development of a Leading Hotels mobile app.
The road to recovery for the hotel sector is a long one. Travel screeched to a halt in the early months of the pandemic, with the average occupancy rate of hotels in mainland China falling to 7 percent in early February, according to STR.
If there’s one thing all hotel app vendors agree on, it’s that mobile apps can become a key revenue-driver for properties. According to preliminary Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data from 2020, global consumer spending in mobile apps reached a record-setting $111 billion last year, marking a 30% year over year growth.
INTELITY®, the provider of hospitality's most comprehensive guest experience and staff management platform, today announced it has been named a top finalist for two 2021 HotelTechAwards in the Guest Experience Technology category.
INTELITY®, the provider of hospitality's most comprehensive guest experience and staff management platform, has today announced its fourth patent, granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
INTELITY®, the developer of hospitality's most comprehensive guest experience and staff management platform, announced today its partnership with The Joseph, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Nashville. The sophisticated downtown Nashville hotel, newly opened in the heart of SoBro, has deployed key elements of the INTELITY platform, including 12-inch iPads in every guest room and INTELITY's staff solution, GEMS®.
We’re quickly approaching a critical window in the COVID timeline: two vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have been announced as over 90% effective, but neither has been approved for distribution, and both face challenges that have consumers expecting they may not be widely available until April 2021—or later.
Just about every hotelier has considered implementing a mobile app at some point in 2020. With demand for contactless service and mobile capabilities on the rise, it’s no longer a question whether or not hotel mobile apps are a standard of the industry.