July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p88
Trade Publication
Provides information on Seattle, Washington-based Diversified Computer Corp., provider of the Guestware customer relationship management software for the hospitality industry. Creation of efficient guest-centric processes and improvement of customer satisfaction and loyalty; Modules included in the GuestWare 3.0 version.


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