Developing Intelligent Hotel Technology Solutions
The International Hotel Technology Forum will be travelling to Paris, France for the 2017 Show. We’ll be gathering hundreds of hoteliers working in technology, marketing and sales to offer a holistic programme of debate and insight.
Over the course of 3 days, attendees can expect to hear over 50 presenters tackle the most pressing issues facing the industry. We create interactive experiences and delegates can expect to take part in workshops, debates, round-tables, case studies and interviews. The programme is split into 2 streams one tackling technology issues, the other focused on the dynamic area of sales and marketing.
Alongside a comprehensive learning programme, delegates and suppliers will have an opportunity to take part in a series of pre-scheduled business meetings where we match hoteliers with solution providers.
Trustwave to sponsor the evening dinner at IHTF 2017.
Building on the success of the past 14 years, IHTF 2017 will be bringing together hundreds of leading hoteliers worldwide. Our core aim is to gather hospitality leaders to share success stories and tackle common challenges; we create an open, impartial venue where attendees are encouraged to share their personal stories and forge new business relationships for the future.
The International Hotel Technology Forum has a proud history of tackling the most pressing issues and providing hoteliers with the best solutions. Below, our vendors would like to share with you their latest news.New Radisson RED Hotel Employs ASSA ABLOY Hospitality Mobile Access - Assa Abloy
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This year we are excited to offer vendors wishing to attend IHTF 2017 with a networking package that provides an extensive range of benefits in addition to conference attendance.
How do you market to someone you don’t really fully understand? That is a question a lot of hospitality digital marketers ask themselves when faced with the task of communicating and engaging millennials.
Hotel technology has seen a vast amount of advances over 2016; these being critical to attracting and engaging the guests. Check-in applications and payment methods are key examples of those advancements that we are seeing increasing in popularity amongst hoteliers. Whilst these have been around for a few years, it is clear that these specific hotel technology areas are now hitting full stride – near enough every guest has a smartphone and seeks an efficient check-in service after long ...