Frontrunners quadrants is a winning quadrant of SoftwareAdvice, powered by Gartner Methodology. eZee Technosys, global hospitality solutions provider have marked their position in the quadrant this time.
Effective and efficient inventory distribution plays a major role in the overall revenue management strategy for hotels. A well-thought-out inventory management strategy helps revenue managers to sell the right room via the right channel to the right customer at the right time to maximize revenue.
Maestro Multi-Property Centralizes Cross-Selling, Integrates Activity & Spa Management, Event Sales, Owner Relations and Guest Service for Award-Winning Destination
Facial recognition check-in technology pilot at two Marriott International properties in China will begin from July 2018
Smart hotel revenue management is all about how efficiently you locate new revenue opportunities, optimize inventory/rate distribution and how well you analyze competitor pricing strategy, plus local market demand. Moreover, it also depends on the extent to which you understand the importance of hotel business intelligence, on decisions pertaining to revenue management.
Keyless mobile room entry arrives in downtown Chicago
Travellers want to benefit from all innovations not just on holiday but on business trips too. These employee demands mean that travel managers now face new challenges. As well as offering travel services they must also keep abreast of the latest gadgets that make travelling easier.
Every hotelier is bound to be aware of the Hotel industrys eternal battle: direct bookings versus OTA! While it doesnt take a genius to gather that direct bookings are hands down the better of the two, OTAs do give hotels the advantage of being more visible than they can ever be on their own! So, finding the right balance between the two will work wonders to ensure full occupancy at your hotel.
Unlike traditional guest rooms, the newly launched AI Smart Room will fully embrace voice control technology to deliver a more natural human-computer interactive experience.
Attackers use 51% attacks to reverse transactions that have already taken place, in a blockchain, in what has come to be known as double spend. For instance, one can spend 5 bitcoins to purchase a motorcycle. Once the bike is delivered, logic dictates that Bitcoins are to be transferred to cater for the cost of the bike and can activate the attack.