TITLE

EXPLORING CLUB TECHNOLOGIES: STEERING CLEAR OF THE SAND TRAPS TO BRING A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

AUTHOR(S)
Kristopson, Debra
PUB. DATE
July 2003
SOURCE
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2003, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers tips on the implementation of technology within the club environment of hospitality industry. First, one should determine the needs by building a matrix and prioritize each area of functionality. Next, one should think of what functionality will bring the club into competitive advantage. Lastly, one must establish a standard hardware platform and database. INSET: What Is Club Technology?.
ACCESSION #
77650274

 

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