Hospitality Technology Consulting assists its clients in optimizing their performance in central reservations and the complex, fast-evolving electronic distribution channels.
Our mission is to provide the strategic tools and expert support you need to plan for, and respond successfully to, the opportunities and challenges facing the hospitality industry. Working together we can position your organization to meet, and exceed, its performance goals.
We aid you in optimizing current reservations and electronic distribution processes and in identifying current and emerging needs. We guide you in securing the partner(s) best suited to fully meeting those needs.
PMS, RMS, CRM and more – we support you in evaluating, selecting and integrating these systems for the best possible performance and value.
What will guests expect from their hotel or hotel brand in 2, 3 or 5 years? What technologies will be required to serve them successfully? We assist you in planning, preparing and prevailing.
Sustainability has been a buzzword in the hotel industry for a dozen years, maybe longer. Truthfully though, it has been more marketing jargon than an active commitment to minimizing our impact on the environment. But that’s changing.
Societies around the globe are increasingly sensitive to sustainability, and to the companies that appear genuinely interested in supporting it. This awareness of the issue, as well as actions to implement impactful programs, is increasingly evident in the travel industry.
At a global level, key organizations are announcing travel-related initiatives, such as UNESCO’s Sustainable Travel Pledge and the United Nation’s World Tourism Organization’s Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism.
More specific to the lodging industry is the World Travel and Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Hotel Sustainability Basics program. It consists of a dozen indicators developed by the industry, for the industry. According to the WTTC, they “represent 12 actions that are fundamental to hotel sustainability.” The initiative includes what WTTC terms a “validation program” that will launch in the fourth quarter, 2022.