The world is increasingly digital, with interactions and experiences delivered to a variety of users across a range of locations and devices. The modern workplace should follow users wherever they roam, deliver a superior experience, and drive productivity. Hewlett Packard Enterprise helps companies deliver rich digital and mobile experiences to users, including employees, customers, and guests, by extending their capabilities in app development, mobile connectivity, and collaboration.
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Hospitality is a customer-focused industry, with a hotel brand’s reputation and ultimate success dependent on the quality of the experience of its guests. It is no surprise then, that digital transformation efforts within the hospitality sector are focused on technologies that improve the guest experience, from check-in to check-out and everything in between.
Today’s travelers are digitally savvy, using their smartphones and mobile devices for a multitude of tasks. They expect a high-quality connection throughout the property and the ability to perform certain tasks from the hotel’s app, such as checking in and choosing their own room. They expect in-room entertainment beyond basic cable and in-room digital devices they can use to order food, book a massage or control the lighting, for example.
Whether you call them customers, clients, patrons, guests or patients, customers are your organization’s most important asset. And that means customer loyalty should be among your top priorities.
No matter when or where the customer journey begins – from websites and online chat to physical locations and call centers – customers expect you to provide a unique and personal experience.
How can you use data and analytics to recognize your best customers across channels and know exactly where they are in their customer journey? Keep reading to find out.
While providing your customers and guests with Wi-Fi, you can give them pertinent information, individual attention, and special offers. And you can learn how, where, and when they move through your venue. Customers or guests passing through your store, hotel, or other venue increasingly expect free Wi-Fi. They also expect personal service. You can give them both, which can help boost your sales. And in doing so, you can gain information that will help make your venue more attractive and profitable.
Located at a hub of innovation, Hyatt Regency Santa Clara caters to sophisticated, technology-savvy guests. This made it the perfect location for Hyatt Hotels to use as a model property in its quest to create the digital hotel of the future.
Wi-Fi is one of the most visible services a hotel provides, and is crucial to guest experiences and loyalty. “We had limited Wi-Fi coverage that was not designed for the modern, mobile digital guest,” explains Dania Duke, general manager at Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. “We quickly learned that to stay competitive in Silicon Valley, we need to have the fastest, best Wi-Fi available.”
Guests, contractors, vendors, business partners, and other temporary users require and expect certain level of network access within organizations that they visit. Corporate network access has been typically open; internal LAN connections have seldom required authentication. Today however, regulatory and other security concerns demand that organizations adopt a more secure posture towards these short-term users.
Whether you call them customers, clients, patrons, guests or patients, customers are your organization’s most important asset. And that means customer loyalty should be among your top priorities. No matter when or where the customer journey begins – from websites and online chat to physical locations and call centers – customers expect you to provide a unique and personal experience. How can you use data and analytics to recognize your best customers across channels and know exactly where they are in their customer journey? Keep reading to find out.
Competition is growing fierce for restaurants — and not all of it comes from other
local dining establishments. With grocery stores and meal kit services offering
additional convenient and affordable dining options for customers to choose from,
and with many restaurants turning to faster and smarter automation methods to
power their operations, now is the time for your restaurant to step up its game.
Ultimately, what your restaurant needs to do is offer a complete experience for your
guests. The only way to effectively do this is to understand the whole diner journey
and how the decisions you make along the way affect it.