VoIP phone systems have been in common use for decades, but many hoteliers and hotel managers aren’t sold on the benefits. They might be worried.
Landline phones are a dying breed. Consider that in 2004, more than 90 percent of American adults lived in a household with a landline, but that.
4G data networks were introduced in 2009 and ushered in a whole new era of smartphone capabilities — streaming video, live location tracking, and.
Managed VOICE is Phonesuite’s cost-saving, future-proof answer to the traditional hotel PBX model. With Managed VOICE, you can choose between a.
It’s the 21st century — hotels, along with every other industry, are modernizing quickly. But it’s not just high-speed internet, voice assistants in.
Technology has come a long way in almost every industry, including the hospitality industry. TVs are thinner, the internet is faster, physical keys.
Everyone involved with the hotel industry understands that when a hotel gets busy, it can get really busy. Often times, it seems that everyone is.
Every hotel owner or manager understands the importance of having a robust phone system. They also understand the importance of staying on top of the.
You don't have to be a part of the workforce for too long before you realize that even the most relaxed business environment can be quite stressful..
What are you doing to attract new guests and engage with your existing customers? One of the best ways that hotels can connect with their clientele.
We all know that VoIP provides hotel owners and managers with an alternative communications system. We also know that the quality of VOIP has.
You have to wonder if, after that initial phone call, Alexander Graham Bell could ever have envisioned how his "simple" invention would reshape the.
Everyone in the hotel industry is looking for ways to cut costs without skimping on the needs and desires of their guests. What many hospitality.
As we've covered recently, many hotel owners and managers are somewhat reluctant to make a change to VoIP because they're not completely comfortable.
Even if you're a business veteran, new technology can seem quite daunting. That's why many hoteliers are hesitant when it comes to upgrading to VoIP..
If you've been keeping up with recent technology trends, you may already be aware that Voice over Internet Protocol is sweeping through a number of.
As a hotelier, one of your core responsibilities is keeping up and implementing new technology that will service both your employees and customers..
Phone systems are integral to the hospitality business. We need them to book reservations, manage guest relations, allow guests to conduct business.