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Hotel Tech Report launched the Official 2022 Guide to Guest Room Tablets and the guide is now available free of charge to the entire hotel community thanks to sponsor SuitePad.
This is a critical time for buyers to be adopting guest room tablets. Guest room tablets help streamline ordering processes and bring guests and hotel staff closer together. Many hotels see significant gains from guest room tablets, including increased hotel outlet sales, guest satisfaction, and hotel reputation. As guest room tablets become a more staple part of the hotel experience, they will heighten the experience of staying in a hotel for guests around the world.
Inside the guide, buyers will find data such as:
The latest trends
Return on investment calculations
KPIs to track
Questions to ask vendors
“The hotel industry has been disproportionately impacted by the current pandemic and hotels everywhere have been forced to do more with less. The hospitality industry as a whole has been incredibly resilient over the past 12-18 months with some hotel groups using this period as an opportunity to accelerate digital transformation initiatives at an unprecedented pace. This guest room tablets guide is designed to give buyers exactly the information they need to make an educated decision as they rethink the way they use technology in their hotels,” says Hotel Tech Report CEO Jordan Hollander.
“SuitePad was the perfect sponsor for this project because the team deeply understands that smart buyers are researching all available options and SuitePad is focused on being a partner to the hotel industry regardless of whether they are making a sale. That’s the mentality that makes industry leaders.”
SuitePad is a leading provider of in-room tablets in the hotel industry and an expert in digital guest communication. The Berlin company was founded in 2012 and now has over 60 employees. In January 2021, SuitePad was awarded first place at the "Hotel Tech Awards" in the categories "Guest Room Tablets" for the second time in a row.
The SuitePad, a tablet for the hotel room, replaces the traditional guest directory by taking digital communication between hoteliers and guests to a whole new level. In addition to general information about the hotel, the surrounding area, gastronomic offers, and an entertainment menu, the SuitePad also serves as a booking tool for spa treatments and restaurant reservations and also combines the hotel TV remote control and hotel room telephone in one device. SuitePad has equipped more than 1,000 hotels in 30 countries and over 60,000 hotel rooms with its in-room tablets. The portfolio also includes a BYOD solution - Bring Your Own Device, for the use of guest devices - the SuitePad lobby screen and SuiteCast, an easy and flexible streaming solution for the hotel TV.
Source: Hospitality Net