Alice launches e-book on contactless hospitality

Alice has released an e-book titled “Post-COVID-19 Hotel Operations: How Technology Helps Deliver Contactless Hospitality with a Lean Staff.” Photo credit: Alice

Operations technology company Alice has launched an e-book titled “Post-COVID-19 Hotel Operations: How Technology Helps Deliver Contactless Hospitality with a Lean Staff.” 

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The guidebook aims to aid hoteliers in implementing best practices to operate their properties in the wake of the pandemic, particularly when it comes to technology’s role in facilitating contactless hospitality and lean staff operations. “Hoteliers need actionable guidance, a robust, agile connective platform and a long-term technology partner,” said Alex Shashou, Alice president and co-founder. “For many years, we have been building a broad, inclusive operations platform because we see hotels as extraordinarily diverse. Alice’s built-in flexibility results in a platform ideal for post COVID-19 response.”

Hotel operators and management companies have implemented Alice in more than 2,500 hotels worldwide. 

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