The tool is an opportunity for the advancement of smart cities, as well as destinations that incorporate technology and innovation in their development.
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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.
As the travel and tourism industry gears up for business, hoteliers are reimagining ways to prioritize hygiene standards and contactless services for arriving guests.
Once we reach the post-pandemic era, newly implemented technologies will become the new norm. Taking an early digital leap will set your property ahead of your competitors when things take off again.
Making it easy for guests to book additional services in a contactless manner will not only heighten total revenues and give you deeper data from which to refine your future marketing approach, but it will also help rein in staff costs because manual transfer between disconnected systems is no longer necessary and more prearrival service arrangements will let you better forecast upcoming labor requirements.