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Over Half of Americans Turn to Friends & Family to Find New Restaurants

NEW YORK (December 6, 2018) - SevenRooms, the all-in-one reservation, seating and guest management platform for restaurants, today released its "Influence in the Restaurant Industry" report, which found that when it comes to discovering new restaurants to dine at, over half of Americans (54%) rely on their friends and family to make a recommendation.

Runtriz and Glympse Join Forces to Offer Smart Shuttle Tracking for Hotels and Guests

Runtriz, a leading developer of innovative mobile and digital technology solutions for hotels, resorts, and casinos, today announced a new strategic partnership with Glympse, the pioneer of real-time location technology, to bring smart shuttle tracking capabilities to hotels and their guests.

Urgo Hotels & Resorts Installs Targetvue for Standardized Budget Across 40 Properties

PITTSBURGH - Aptech Computer Systems announced that Urgo Hotels & Resorts implemented the Targetvue Budgeting and Forecasting system to standardize budget control processes throughout its portfolio. Urgo provides management for international brands including Marriott and Hilton as well as independent properties across major markets in the U.

Award-Winning Perry Hotel Finds a Better Way to Engage with Guests

The Perry Hotel Key West has chosen ALICE to optimize staff communication and enhance the level of guest service at the highly-rated property in Key West, Florida. ALICE is the hospitality industry's leading operations technology, connecting every department of the hotel with one platform for all staff communication and guest requests.

VENZA and TraknProtect empower hotel employees

VENZA has announced a new partnership with Chicago-based TraknProtect, a move designed to provide hotels with safety buttons and ongoing employee training in one easy-to-use system.This development comes as legislation strengthening sexual harassment policies in the hospitality industry has become widespread and the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) and its major hotel members (including Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, Marriott and Wyndham) have announced plans by 2020 to provide employee safety devices to all staff that directly interact with guests.