UK Companies Lag Global Competitors on Digital Investment
Remain Unconvinced About the Correlation Between Digital Spend and Financial Gain
Tascent, Inc. yesterday released the findings of its white paper, 'A New Golden Age for Air Travel,' which looks at several ways the implementation of biometrics technologies for air travelers will make flying an enjoyable experience again.
Most hoteliers are likely to have many of the same technology requirements on their 'must-have' lists when it comes to a next-generation property management solution (PMS). At the same time, the buying considerations are sure to vary widely from one hotelier to another depending on specific needs, including the category, size and typology of their property.
In the travel industry, technology is moving rapidly and affecting both the supply and demand side with solutions that enhance operational efficiencies and help companies drive top line revenues.
Many next-generation Hotel Property Management Systems now integrate with a large assortment of third-party technologies. These technologies often include point-of-sale (POS) systems, which are needed in restaurants, bars, gift shops and various other retail outlets across the property.
With Hotel Property Management Systems (PMS) now accounting for the largest portion of the budget for hotel technology investments, a growing number of PMS solution providers are vying for the attention of prospective buyers. By asking the right questions, hoteliers can quickly rule out some options while narrowing down others until they arrive at their shortlist of contenders.