bringing value

Phillips, Dan
July 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2011, p44
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance for the hotel sector to start making wise choices in terms of their technology investments to bring value to their service in the U.S. It mentions that hotels are said to spend 20% of their total information technology (IT) budget in the present year on guestroom technologies. It affirms that having sophisticates guestroom technology provides the best value to customers.


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