In partnership with Digital Travel Summit APAC, eHotelier had the pleasure to speak with key conference speakers, discussing the implications of remote work to the hotel industry globally.
There’s a lot to consider adding to your tech stack even after everything that you’ve already done to pivot in the face of the coronavirus. You’ll need a thorough assessment with the overarching goal of having the technology do wonders in the background so that your team isn’t bogged down by the minutia and can focus on the flawless service delivery for those visitors already onsite.
Nearly two-thirds of business travelers say increased virtual work negatively impacts workplace productivity and culture.
Remote work is fastly becoming the standard for companies and professionals.
By catering to remote workers, hotels become more integrated and connected with the city and neighborhood in which they find themselves and it allows for all of the hotel’s amenities to be optimized and used more efficiently.
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