1. Articles in category: Hospitality

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    1. Data isn’t just extra baggage – handle it with care

      Data isn’t just extra baggage – handle it with care

      For most travel companies, data is the aeroplane that’ll fly them into a consumer’s inbox, psyche and wallet. With the growing desire from consumers for an exotic social media cover photo parading some adventurous holiday location to show off to friends/followers mixed with the increase in cheaper chartered flights, the travel sector is experiencing an influx of customers wanting the perfect getaway.

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      Mentions: Services
    2. Prioritizing WiFi in Enterprise Verticals

      Prioritizing WiFi in Enterprise Verticals

      First it was bring your own device (BYOD) that left enterprises scrambling to include employees’ personal mobile phone or tablet devices on the network in a secure, efficient way. Now, it’s estimated that 3.7 million employees work from home at least half the time, creating new challenges for the enterprise network.

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    3. Hoteliers need to think wifi not Weibo to satisfy Chinese outbound

      Hoteliers need to think wifi not Weibo to satisfy Chinese outbound

      The sixth edition of hotels.com’s annual Chinese International Travel Monitor identifies a disconnect between what hoteliers are doing for their Chinese travellers and what the travellers actually want.

      The gap identified by the research is that hoteliers are prioritizing budgets around social media and marketing campaigns over spending on the specific services that Chinese travellers require.

      As hotels.com says, “the risk is that the existing service gaps might get bigger”.

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      Mentions: Services
    4. Three things hoteliers need to know about machine learning

      Three things hoteliers need to know about machine learning

      When it comes to hospitality analytics, it’s hard to ignore the recent airtime devoted to and levels of interest in the topic of machine learning. The industry has been humming with how machine learning, specifically, helps hoteliers streamline much of their current time-constrained, manual processes – freeing up valuable time to focus on their revenue strategy in the process.

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    5. 3 Tips from HITEC on Choosing the Right Hotel Technology | By Fee Naaijkens

      3 Tips from HITEC on Choosing the Right Hotel Technology | By Fee Naaijkens

      As an independent hotelier, you don't want to buy 10 different hotel technology solutions. You need to spend your money wisely, and invest only in those technologies that will add value to your business and, importantly, grow your profits. But how can you know which hotel technology will accomplish this?

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    6. What Hoteliers Need To Know About Personalisation Technology | By Sarah Came

      What Hoteliers Need To Know About Personalisation Technology | By Sarah Came

      In today's world of easily accessible big data, personalisation (admittedly in variably successful forms) is ubiquitous. People you have never had a conversation with in your life send you marketing emails addressed to you by name, and Facebook wishes you happy birthday, knows what news you will be interested in, and makes videos of you and your friends.

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