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How to choose your next PMS

It isn’t straightforward today for hoteliers to choose a PMS. There are so many technical words that you can get lost. If you should give a piece of advice to hoteliers when picking a system, what would it be? It would be to try to make qualified decisions, not solely based on brand or marketing, […]

Funnel TV – SpaceX, The future and The Cloud!

At HotelTime we pride ourselves on having a team that are experts in their field and respected throughout the Industry. Therefore it is no surprise when they are asked to speak on various platforms. Most recently George Titlow, our Director of Sales in the UK appeared on the an episode of ‘Digital; The Top 10 […]

Chatting with Partners.. Cloud systems and Lockdown Haircuts!

At HotelTime we pride our selves on working closely with our Clients – we live and breathe hotels and always like to get to know our clients! However as an open platform with many integrations we also maintain strong relationships with our integration partners and other Industry experts. Our team are known in the industry […]

HotelTime integrates with Atomize

(Gothenburg, August 22, 2019) Recently Atomize opened up the door for a faster expansion by making their own world-class open two-way API accessible on the market. Today Atomize announce that the Property Management System (PMS) HotelTime have chosen to integrate with Atomize open two-way API. This is well-aligned with the objective of making Atomize more accessible […]

Hospitality is a Vulnerable Industry: A Closer Look at GDPR

FORMAT OBSOLESCENCE: SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR DATA Every time a new music format takes over the market, we lose 90% of the albums, singles, and demos previously recorded. From 8-track tapes to cassettes, from vinyl to CD, from MiniDisc to mp3, fifty years after its original recording, you can still stream Beatles’ Strawberry Fields Forever […]

The days of Leonardo Da Vinci are over: The current state of hotel technology and infrastructure

INTRO “The days of Leonardo da Vinci are over”, wrote social scientist Etienne Wenger, adding that “today’s complex problem-solving requires multiple perspectives”. Even though the original quote refers to human interaction and team working, it can be easily applied to every ecosystem where communication and synergy are not only possible, but preferable. This is obviously […]