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Automation for the ongoing labor shortage

Even in the face of the Delta Variant and so much prolonged uncertainty over the future of global travel recovery, we hope that you are considering attending HITEC later this month in Dallas, Texas. The reason is simple; hotels need technology more than ever to survive. We all know their myriad advantages in today’s world, including the ability to make more data-driven decisions, increasing social distancing for guest safety, heightening service delivery through deeper integrations and enabling remote work to keep managers engagements. But above all, we should focus on automation because, as of September 2021, it is becoming quite…
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