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How to get started with big data in your hotel. The whole conversation around big data is exhausting.

How to get started with big data in your hotel

The possibilities are endless. But here we are, every day, worried that we are sitting on a mountain of data but doing very little with it. But is it paralysis caused by these overwhelming possibilities? Or do you just think big data is best left to big hotels and chains? Will Smart Hotels be Autonomous or Connected? By 2030, multiple changes will occur and will influence the hospitality industry due to globalization, one of them being a shift of market power.

Will Smart Hotels be Autonomous or Connected?

In the fifth thesis of the Lausanne Report, EHL - in cooperation with hospitality experts - discuss this trend that will disrupt the industry depending on the economic stages of a market and its geographical position. In 2030, more than five billion people or sixty percent of the total population will be living in cities.

Organic Hotel Booking - Always Travel with your Heart. How to get started with big data in your hotel. 5 Hotel Brands With Useful Mobile Apps. Have you checked into a hotel without speaking to a single person yet?

5 Hotel Brands With Useful Mobile Apps

Maybe order room service and book a massage at the spa without dialing a single number? If not, you will soon enough. With mobile becoming more and more important for all brands, it’s not surprising that the hospitality industry is taking advantage of mobile technology. Beyond just booking stays, some hotel brands’ apps are taking things up a notch and offering more mobile features, like full concierge services and all kinds of local information and deals. What Is the Difference Between Efficiency and Effectiveness in Business? SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research. Developing a people-technology hybrids model to unleash innovation and creativity: The new hospitality frontier. Abstract The purpose of this study is to propose a theoretical framework to harness creativity and innovation through people and technology.

Developing a people-technology hybrids model to unleash innovation and creativity: The new hospitality frontier

This study is grounded based on an extensive synthesis of previous scientific research and industry practices. It undertakes a detailed review of the literature to derive a framework and detail research and practical guidelines for both scholars and practitioners in the hospitality discipline. Advancements in computer and communications technologies is creating many unanticipated changes in how employees and customers interact, how service work is done, and how hospitality businesses succeed. A model that connects information technology and hotel performance. Highlights We review global proposals about IT influence on hotel organizational performance.

A model that connects information technology and hotel performance

We review particular IT paths toward different hotel organizational performance facets. We present a comprehensive model that details the routes that IT applications follow in order to improve hotel performance. Abstract. Tourism Innovation: Theoretical and Empirical Review. SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research. SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research. Strategic use of information technologies in the tourism industry - ScienceDirect.

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Strategic use of information technologies in the tourism industry - ScienceDirect

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