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Safe and Sound

Safe and Sound

Red Hawk Fire & Security installs, tests and inspects, integrates, services, and monitors a comprehensive range of custom-designed advanced security technologies for each individual business it works with. Red Hawk’s team of industry veterans brings a wide breadth of expertise ...

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Controlled Access

Controlled Access

Dormakaba Lodging provides total access control throughout any property. Recently, the company updated its access management software with a totally new interface and has advanced integration capabilities. Guests will be able to use the mobile access solution while hoteliers can ...

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Lodging Econometrics Reports New Supply Trends

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—Lodging Econometrics (LE) reports that in 2016, 842 hotels/98,990 rooms opened in the United States, the most since 2009 and up from the 736 hotels/82,094 rooms reported in 2015. According to industry wide operating metrics, supply growth was a ...

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Study: Hoteliers Not Taking Tech Into the Future

Study: Hoteliers Not Taking Tech Into the Future

While hoteliers anticipate highly-sophisticated and ‘digital native’ hotel guests in 2020, their plans for industry technology remain stuck in the early 2000s. This is the research finding from ‘The Hotel Industry in 2020’ carried out by Peter O’Connor, IDeaS Revenue ...

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Disney to Renovate Coronado Springs Resort

Disney to Renovate Coronado Springs Resort

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.—Walt Disney World Resort continues to invest in the guest experience of its resort hotels and will soon be offering enhanced dining options, added event areas, and more guest rooms at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Work has ...

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Who Are America’s Hourly Workers?

Seventy-eight million Americans, or 59 percent of the workforce, are paid hourly. A new study by LinkedIn and Snagajob shows who these hourly workers are and what kind of jobs they work. Approximately 71 percent of hourly workers are under ...

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