Buying hospitality technology in the future

By Pete Simpson, Senior VP Global Business Technology at protel hotelsoftware | 7 May 19

Buying hotel technology today is too hard, says protel’s Pete Simpson. The sales cycle today is a long, tortuous path for the average hotelier. Even when hoteliers know what technology they want to deploy in their hotels and already have a firm commitment from their management teams, it still takes many months to source, buy, deploy and finally have the software operational.

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About protel hotelsoftware GmbH

Hotel software made in Germany.protel is the hotel PMS and platform pioneer with over 14,000 hotel customers in 90+ countries. protel's new enterprise hospitality platform - consisting of an enterprise service bus called protel.I/O and a multi-hotel solution called protel CENTRAL - is a breakthrough for the industry. It's the only technology that allows hotels with multiple integrations to aggregate all specialist technology behavior to a central level, thus creating a secure, vendor-neutral, open infrastructure to store, access, integrate and use their data from any guest touchpoint in real time. As a result, hotel CEO's, CIO's and CMO's can take control of their technology infrastructure and create best of breed ecosystems that deliver best-in-class guest experiences. protel's global headquarters were established 24 years ago in Dortmund, Germany and U.S. headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia.
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