High-Tech Hospitality: From metal room keys in real mailboxes to room key cards programmed to expire on departure dates

Wheeler, Cindy
August 2006
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2006, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p26
The article reflects on the author's view regarding the hospitality industry in Indiana in 2006. The author called the industry as a high tech hospitality and service. The author cited the high technology products and services in the hotel industry including the option of checking into the hotel through the computer; the video checking out, which is already an industry standard; and the room key cards which are programmed to expire on departure dates.


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