In 2018, digital travel sales are expected to reach $198 billion, with more than 140 million adults researching a trip online.
What does the future of hospitality technology look like? What types of experiences will guests encounter at hotels, restaurants, stadiums, or casinos in the next few years? No one knows for sure, but…
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Originally posted on the Amadeus Corporate Blog “Voyage of discovery.
Originally posted on the Amadeus Corporate Blog I want more towels, or to order room service, but in order to call the right number (some hotels it’s 0, or 9, or 1), I first have to look for the ins…
Originally posted on the Amadeus corporate blog. The meeting, incentives, conferencing, and exhibitions sector (MICE) can be tricky for travel management companies (TMCs).
Technology changes quickly, and so do the needs of our customers. In order to adapt to these changes, we need to be able to differentiate ourselves in our development processes.
At the recent Amadeus Hospitality Customer Conference, we hosted a noteworthy customer panel discussion addressing the future of technology in hospitality.
Hotel staff waste countless hours looking for where items are in order to deliver them. If it takes too long to deliver the item, you risk getting poor reviews for service.
It may sound obvious, but in the hospitality business, it’s a point that cannot be reiterated enough: creating a better experience starts with truly knowing your guests.