hostel PBX

Rock, Jeremy
July 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2011, p156
Trade Publication
The article discusses the trend of having many hotel companies use Private Branch Exchanges (PBX) systems to better serve their customers in the U.S. It mentions that many hotels are attracted to the new technology since it allows them to reduce capital investment while providing better technology service amidst a recovering economy. It affirms that integrating PBX communication has enabled them to increased their revenues.


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