Acentic achieves Marriott GPNS certification

Acentic has passed Marriott International's Global Property Network Standards (GPNS) European certification. Marriott GPNS is designed to achieve an optimal guest experience through consistent and high-quality internet services.

This follows a comprehensive testing program completed with the successful installation of Radiant 4, Acentic's leading edge HSIA platform, into Marriott's London flagship property - the 245 bedroom St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel.

"Following the acquisition of RIEO Communications, Acentic has invested heavily in developing its Radiant 4 HSIA platform,” Richard Robinson, Acentic's chief executive said. “Securing Marriott's European GPNS accreditation demonstrates and further reinforces Acentic's position as a world class provider and integrator of HSIA technology to the global hospitality market.”

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