face to face with

October 2010
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2010, p64
Trade Publication
An interview with Nick Price, global chief information officer at Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, is presented. He states that he needs to deal with vendors and ask them to go to places they have never considered to go and make a good business together. He mentions that Mandarin Oriental often choose vendors who like to be international. He believes that the international hospitality industry as the poster child for cloud computing.


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