Stayntouch and NYU Tisch Center of Hospitality to Unveil US Traveler Opinion Survey Results at HITEC Orlando

BETHESDA, MD. – Stayntouch, a global leader in cloud-based hotel property management systems and guest-centric technology, announced that it will release US traveler sentiment survey results related to guest-based buying. attributes (ABS) during a special panel discussion with the NYU Tisch Center of Hospitality at HITEC 2022 in Orlando. Following the success of HITEC Dallas in 2021, Stayntouch will also present a technology showcase this year highlighting its full suite of mobile and cloud-native technologies.

Events in the Stayntouch range will include:

Educational presentation and panel discussion | The Future of Booking: Uncovering Traveler Sentiments on Attribute-Based Shopping
June 28, 2022 | 10:30 a.m. EDT | Exhibition hall, stage B (in front of aisle 2500)
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Stayntouch and the NYU SPS Tisch Center of Hospitality have partnered to produce an exclusive traveler sentiment study analyzing guest opinions regarding ABS. In a groundbreaking study of the potential influence of ABS in hospitality, researchers from Stayntouch and the Tisch Center surveyed nearly 1,000 US travelers to uncover their opinions and feelings about a much more customizable booking experience. During this roundtable, experts will discuss insights from the study conducted by Dr. Vanja Bogicevic and Owen Wexman, and examine how emerging technologies will influence the future of the hotel booking experience and personalization. client.

Stayntouch HITEC Technology Showcase | Find out how a mobile and cloud PMS technology suite can lighten up hospitality!
June 28-30, 2022 | Booth #2001

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Meet Stayntouch’s product and industry experts at booth #2001 to learn how Stayntouch’s mobile, guest-centric PMS, integrated booking engine and contactless technology can ease hospitality for hoteliers, staff and guests. In a fully interactive exhibit, hoteliers will discover how Stayntouch solutions can streamline the guest experience, simplify operations, increase revenue and amplify hotel performance.

Happy Hour in Orlando!
June 29, 2022 | 7 p.m. EDT | The Hampton Social-Orlando

RSVP today!

Stayntouch invites its customers, prospects and industry professionals to unwind after a full day of exhibits, presentations and networking, and experience the best of Orlando nightlife at the Hampton Social. Come and enjoy an evening of refreshing drinks, tasty appetizers and engaging conversation with top hospitality professionals!

Commenting on the upcoming conference, Michael Heflin, chief revenue officer at Stayntouch, remarked, “The hospitality market has changed rapidly over the past year, and we are proud to provide the technology that has enabled so many hotels to succeed in a promising and sometimes volatile hospitality market. We are especially proud to introduce our recent partnership with the NYU Tisch Center for Hospitality, which enables us to conduct groundbreaking consumer research that will inform the future of hotel booking and shopping experience. HITEC Orlando is the perfect format to connect with other industry professionals who are shaping the future of hospitality and we look forward to meeting and mingling with the best and brightest minds in our industry.

Meet Stayntouch at HITEC or join the presentation on Attribute-Based Purchasing

About Staytouch

Stayntouch provides a complete cloud and mobile hotel property management system (PMS) and 1100+ integrations, enabling hotels to increase service levels, drive revenue, reduce costs and ultimately captivate their guests . Backed by a team of professionals with deep roots in the hospitality industry, Stayntouch is a trusted partner to many forward-thinking hotels and resorts, including TWA Hotel, First Hotels, Conscious Hotels, Margaritaville, Valencia Hotel Group and Modus Hotels. Stayntouch is also a preferred PMS partner for some of the world’s leading independent hotel collections including; Design Hotels, an independent Marriott brand and Curator Hotel & Resort Collection.

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