The cloud-based platform allows operators to monitor and manage guestroom controls across an entire hotel property in real time.

The virtual assistant adds interactive voice- and touch-activated functionality for enhanced guestroom automation.

The energy-management system and in-room hub bridges the gap between guest comfort and engagement while reducing property operating costs. 

While technology continues to disrupt the hospitality industry, many solutions are bringing with them efficiencies and cost savings.

New initiatives include installing a new renewable energy source and implementing a chemical-free cleaning program.

The company has seen a 10-percent utility reduction across the portfolio of properties where it has deployed Entic technology for reducing utility waste.

The e7’s system builds on Honeywell’s energy-control experience and is updated with the latest technology, a modern look and a simple-to-use interface.

Swissôtel The Stamford in Singapore has become the first hotel to commercially implement the system to provide smart services to its guests.