This whitepaper explores how Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service is the ideal entry-level service for running Oracle Database in Oracle Cloud. It delivers an affordable and fully managed Oracle Database 12c Release 2 experience, with enterprise options, running on Oracle Exadata.
This whitepaper reveals how OPERA Cloud brings to the cloud the power of the OPERA software suite that leading hotels and casinos around the world have relied on for years to manage properties, hotel operations, and distribution.
Millennials ermöglichen eine signifikante Chance für Hoteliers und Gastronomen und diese Studie: „Millennials und Hospitality: die neu Definition von Service“ gibt Ihnen die Informationen, wie Sie die Erwartungen diese Zielgruppe erreichen können.
Basierend auf den Erkenntnissen unserer unabhängigen Forschungsstudie, Millennials und Hospitality: Die neue Definition von Service, erhalten Sie fünf Tipps, wie Sie erfolgreich das Geschäft dieser begehrten und technisch versierte Generation gewinnen und langfristig halten können.
Sur la base des résultats de notre étude de recherche indépendante, La génération Y et l’hôtellerie-restauration - La redéfinition du service, obtenez nos cinq conseils pour vous aider ŕ séduire les technophiles de la génération Y.
Based on the findings of our independent research study, "Millennials and Hospitality: The Redefinition of Service”, get our five tips to help you successfully win the business of this coveted, tech-savvy generation and keep them coming back.
Udostepniajac wnioski z badan restauratorom z calego swiata, dzial Oracle Hospitality dazy do wykazania, ze zarzadzanie kadrami i zaopatrzeniem oraz zapobieganie stratom sa globalnymi wyzwaniami, które mozna pokonac poprzez uczynienie technologii kontroli kosztów fundamentem dzialalnosci.
For hotel executives in the midst of, arguably, the most disruptive transformation of their industry, there is a litany of reasons: Global competition. Intense cost-control pressures. Cybersecurity threats. Social media challenges. Relentless IT updates.
It is a common refrain that is getting increasingly louder: We want more control. And guests want it during every phase of the travel lifecycle. That growing desire became evident in our research as guests expressed their interest in various ways.
This whitepaper reveals how Oracle Hospitality commissioned
Phocuswright, a leading travel industry research firm, to survey more than 2,700 U.S. and European travelers to better understand the impact of technology on the hotel-guest experience and gain insight into making it a differentiator for winning new business.
Brands are defined by the experiences they deliver. Customers are naturally self-interested, and a company’s internal workings and challenges are of little concern to them when assessing its products and services. All that matters is whether a brand is able to meet their needs as and when called upon to do so.
Great food and great service, delivered consistently, are at the heart of any
successful restaurant business.
But success — and survival — also depend on being profitable. Every restaurant
owner, whether independent or part of a large chain, understands that labor and
inventory costs represent a significant variable expense to the business. Keeping
control of those costs is as critical as the culinary magic that occurs in the kitchen.
After all, how can a restaurant expect to make a profit when they are regularly
overstaffing or running out of ingredients?
A loyalty program can deliver a number of important benefits to restaurants, coffee shops
or other food and beverage operations. It provides restaurant operators with a way to
reward customers and encourage repeat business. It is also an effective, measurable
marketing tool – by gathering details about your guests, such as their e-mail address and
location or date or birth, you can target them with promotions to help grow your revenue.
For the hospitality industry, it’s an important question that
needs unequivocal answers. After all, millennials, comprising
individuals born between 1981 and the late 1990s, now
represent the largest generational demographic in the U.S.
With a population of 83 million, they outnumber baby boomers
and Generation Xers, and wield enormous spending clout –
an estimated $200 billion annually. A hefty share of that pie
is earmarked for hospitality: 77% of U.S. millennials say they
visit a restaurant once a week or more, and each millennial is
projected to spend an average of $3,900 on travel this year.*