Hotel Technology Middle East being held from November 15-18, 2009 at the Atlantis, The Palm, will span two full days of presentations with case studies from senior local and international speakers, as well as interactive discussions on crucial issues. Hotel Technology Middle East sets the stage for hotel owners and operators to announce upcoming tenders and project case studies.
During the conference, key topics that will be dicussed include improving guest experience and loyalty, utilizing IT systems to generate revenue, maximizing internal operations through cutting-edge technologies, and integrating green technologies to benefit the bottom line.
Most notably, IQPC is working together with Hotel Technology Next Generation, as official association partners. IQPC is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to improving technology used in the hospitality industry. HTNG counts nearly 400 major hotel companies, technology vendors, and other interested parties among its membership.
“This inaugural event will be an excellent tool for the Gulf region. Hotel Technology Middle East covers interesting and relevant topics, which will no doubt facilitate great knowledge-sharing at a time when getting more for less is [at] the top of everyone’s mind,” said Douglas C. Rice, executive vice president and CEO, Hotel Technology Next Generation.
Fiona Barron, conference director for Hotel Technology Middle East added, “We are delighted to have the support and involvement of HTNG. This will no doubt be a major highlight of the event and serve as a platform for industry leaders to discuss the world’s most exciting hotel technology projects.”
For more information, please visit http://www.hoteltechnologyme.com.