Leading holiday company uses bd4travel’s AI technology to enhance digital performance.
We are entering a new era of where innovations in technology are bringing exciting new possibilities to hospitality. Here’s a look at five of the most important technologies that have emerged as essential for hospitality businesses in a post-pandemic future.
Radisson collaborates with ReviewPro to develop a unique AI-driven chatbot messaging solution for the hospitality industry.
Partnering with Google, Sabre accelerates availability of the travel industry’s first smart, scalable retail engine – with launch planned early next year.
In the past, you may have found chatbots to be a frustrating experience that required intervention by a live employee. However, technology has vastly improved in recent years. Today’s chatbots are smarter, more reliable and more self-sufficient.
Travel restrictions have affected tourism and the future looks bleak unless the sector explores AI for tourism’s sustainable recovery. Here’s a closer look at how AI can help improve the hotel customer experience.
As tourism restarts around the world, Telefonica deepens its collaboration with the United Nations specialized agency to advance market intelligence in order to accelerate the sector’s recovery from the impact of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has changed hospitality and the way hotels do business around the world, with many hoteliers seeking ways to stay relevant with their guests by reinventing their business model to optimise revenue while minimising overheads – without compromising on service.