To e- or Not to e- Hospitality's Internet Decision

Squires, Michael
July 2000
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2000, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the adoption of Application Service Provider (ASP) technology of various companies to address the remote system hosting demand. It says that the ImagInn front office system of MCORP was being given with ASP functionality to be targeted toward the budget market. It adds that the development of the next-generation ASP combined database product with computer-based training was being allocated with over three million dollars by Hospitality Solutions International Inc. (HSI).


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