COVID-19 is fundamentally changing the way hoteliers are operating their businesses. Physical distancing requirements, increased compliance demands, and razor-sharp attention to managing costs are accelerating the adoption of technology in the next normal.
After a short and lean summer for many in the hotel industry, we can expect that 2021 will bring more of the same. While there is no magic formula, in order to make the best of what is to come we must strive to lay the right foundations to help us navigate next year and "survive today to thrive tomorrow".
CWT Solutions Group creates new responsible travel consulting framework to help companies build more balanced travel programs
CWT Solutions Group, the consulting arm of CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, has created a new responsible travel consulting framework to help companies look beyond compliance and cost management, and build more balanced travel programs that also align with other important objectives.
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"IT solutions for the current situation can be split into two areas: in-property interactions and communication. First, in the hotel, there are straightforward steps like online check-in and check-out."
eRevMax in partnership with HS LATAM, is delighted to announce the first edition of TRAVEL TECH APAC - a virtual educational conference that brings together regional and global players to discuss evolving trends, changing guest expectations and new ways for hotels and travel businesses to strategize and cope with the market dynamics.
The Lodge at Tiburon Partners with Hotel Internet Services to Upgrade Its Guest Wi-Fi with High Speed Network Capabilities
Hotel Internet Services (HIS), a full-service provider of internet services and solutions for the hospitality industry, has announced the successful upgrade of guest Wi-Fi services at The Lodge at Tiburon.
New Technology Reduces Transmission of Airborne Viruses by 562% in Restaurant & Retail, while Guaranteeing Increased Profits when fully implemented
The Restaurant and Retail industries have been devastated by COVID-19. As they try to recover, new Social Distancing rules requiring reduced capacity translate to dramatically lower revenues.
Mandarin Oriental, Santiago Adopts Advanced Security and Convenience Enhancing Technology by ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions
ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions has successfully implemented a wide range of advanced security access platforms at Mandarin Oriental, Santiago. Located in Chile and recognized as one of South America's most luxurious hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Santiago's decision to implement VingCard Signature RFID locks alongside VingCard elevator controllers, panic bars and Elsafe Sentinel advance safes ensures that guests and their belongings are fully protected with the latest security standards while maintaining a seamless and hassle-free hotel environment.
"Let's start by asking ourselves if there ever will be a post-COVID era - has the world not changed so much that we will one day look back and consider the time to be either before or after “VIRUS AWARENESS” became a global phenomenon? The time hospitality showed its resiliency, the time we went to virus-war and won."
Maestro PMS Says the Future of ‘Virtual Events’ is Bright with BITAC Ongoing and CYBER HITEC On Deck
If you were planning on attending a hospitality event in 2020, chances are high that it was cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic. While this disruption in show business has been devastating to event planners and convention facilities, the advent of virtual events is quickly proving to be a lucrative alternative for everyone involved.
Agilysys, Inc. (Nasdaq: AGYS), a leading global provider of next-generation hospitality software solutions and services, and Adyen, the global payments platform of choice for many of the world's leading companies, today announced a new partnership to extend Agilysys customers' access to frictionless global payments.
How the exclusive Malibu Beach Inn turned digital content—the “point of inspiration"—into a nearly seven-figure revenue stream!
In 2018, Gregory Day, GM of the Malibu Beach Inn (owned by Mani Brothers), took a bold and somewhat contrarian position to revenue management. Intuitively, Day understood that his customers often came after reading about the property from trusted publications like Condé Nast Traveler and Travel & Leisure.