Hospitality technology focuses on enhancing guest experience and sale with a human touch mobile, tablet, and laptop screens.

FREMONT, CA: The hospitality industry is one of the major contributors to the economy of developed and developing countries, and with the introduction of IT in this sector, it has been reinforced now more than ever. Traditionally, the hotels, motels, and other hospitality enterprises got engaged with fairly simple space in people's life. The role of technology has drastically expanded in hospitality businesses.  Here are some of the trends to notice in hotel technology.


Hotel guests bring every measure that can incorporate internet bandwidth-sucking device they have when they travel.  People usually complain about why their internet is not working as it used to work at home.  But the guests should understand the fact that the hotel is not home. It is a strain, and is one of the important challenges that hospitality companies are working on.

Location-based Services

The technology services based on location is only in its infancy stage, but the implications are huge. Location-based services let the hotel owners and the users understand where the guests are located at any time, helping create opportunities to improve the guest experience. Some workers use location-based features that are already available using SIP-DECT.


SIP-DECT is known as mobility enabling alternative to VoWLAN and a radio-network that is initiated to gain attention in North America. SIP-DECT features are usually found on a fixed network to mobile workers everywhere around the hotel or campus without tethering them down to specific locations. Since hotel service staff, like housekeeping, valet, concierge, and event staff are often on the go, SIP-DECT is a natural fit for hotel owners.