Larry and Adam Mogelonsky | February 25, 2021
By Larry and Adam Mogelonsky Prior to the pandemic, many had forecasted the business center to be a dead concept for hotels. Relegated to some back corner of the lobby or hidden from the main thoroughfares by a maze of windowless corridors, this amenity has suffered a slow death in the face of laptops, smartphones and all forms of paperless documents. Amongst many other changes, COVID-19 has meant fewer corporate travelers gracing our halls and a further diminishment of utility for this facility. But as travel recovers, the business center may experience a renewed demand. That is, with so many remote workers, work-from-a-hotel (WFH) inc...
The Skyline Hotel | June 26, 2018
Providing up to the minute information to guests and more: June 26, 2018 – New York, NY – Save your cell phone battery. There's something much more visually appealing to distract you in hotel lobbies these days. They are digital screens, and tablets that hotels are using to draw guests out of their rooms and into the lobbies to learn more about the property and surrounding neighbourhood. The Skyline Hotel gives travelers something they can't get on their own devices: insider information about the hotel, customized tips on restaurants and attractions, works by local artists, photos of guests at other properties around...
TTI Technologies | October 18, 2017
October 18, 2017 – New York, NY – What is the current status of the Hotel business Center? "It's evolving," says Steve Blidner CEO of TTI, "Business centers are still a service hotels need to provide, however, environments and guest requirements continue to change. Space has become an issue in many properties which opens the door to utilize new technologies." "One such example" Blidner went on to say is The Americana Inn, In New York. "The property had limited lobby space however their guests still needed to print boarding passes. Also they wanted to provide a concierge, market services and set up a profit center. We worked ...
Guests Checking In With Fake ID’s is on the Rise: Provide Protection for Your Property with Scan2PMS by TTI
TTI Technologies | August 1, 2017
How Do You Know? August 1, 2017 – New York, NY – Reports of guests using fake documents is on the rise. As hospitality properties around the world seek ways to enhance security while delivering outstanding customer service, they require innovative solutions to meet their individual needs. Security regulations in many countries require hotels to check IDs. One very widely installed product is Scan2PMS. It works by scanning a guest ID; the system then populates selected fields on the guest profile of the Property Management System (PMS). Required information is automatically extracted and used to fill in registration informati...
Looking for Another BUSINESS CENTER Solution? Discover Why the Industry Shift Is ON and Why It’s to TTI
TTI Technologies | June 7, 2017
TTI offers reduce costs and compatibility with most existing hardware platforms Additional Benefits Include: Unparalleled 24/7 Support, Service, Flexible Implementation Plans and Dual Boot Systems including Windows 10 enhance benefits with proven compatibility June 7, 2017 – New York, NY The hospitality industry's offering for Business Centers is changing rapidly. For many hotels, particularly independents, this can bring challenges. "In the age of acquisition, vendor transition often means working with an unfamiliar support team, entering into a new software license agreement, and in some cases non Windows 10 compatibility and c...
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