According to a recent study, the typical hotel uses at least ten different hospitality software systems to operate. Therefore, in this scenario, it is crucial that they interact seamlessly with each other. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and our industry (like any other industry, for that matter), often suffers from the adverse effects of what we call "technology silos." As PMSs are the "pulsating hearts" of any property, we can confidently state that the effectiveness of a property management system today is proportional to the number of third-party software it connects to. But is the hospitality industry finally ready to become "tech-agnostic," or are we doomed to operate in insular bubbles, creating barriers between departments?

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Tomeu Fiol
Tomeu Fiol
Global Hotel Technologies Director en Meliá Hotels International
Brad Noe
Brad Noe
Chief Technology Officer
Simone Puorto
Simone Puorto
Founder | CEO | Futurist
Juanjo  Rodriguez
Juanjo Rodriguez
Founder, The Hotels Network
Max Starkov
Max Starkov
Adjunct Professor NYU Tisch Center for Hospitality and Hospitality & Online Travel Tech Consultant
Stanislav  Ivanov
Stanislav Ivanov
Founder and Editor-in-chief of ROBONOMICS: The Journal of the Automated Economy
Michael  Toedt
Michael Toedt
Managing Director at Dailypoint Gmbh
Laura Calin
Laura Calin
VP, Strategy and Solutions Management at Oracle Hospitality
Tristan Gadsby
Tristan Gadsby
Co-Founder and CEO of Alliants

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