Ariane Systems partners with CADD Emirates

Ariane Systems has partnered with CADD Emirates, a enterprise solutions provider and ICT integrator in the Middle Eastern market, to make its solutions easily available to hoteliers throughout Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.

"The Middle East is a burgeoning region that has led the global hospitality industry in recent years in many areas, from new construction to occupancy and RevPAR,” said Laurent Cardot, CEO of Ariane Systems. “Currently the UAE boasts 82,000 hotel rooms, and this figure is expected to top 100,000 by 2020, as the region prepares to host the World Expo. As the region continues to demonstrate unprecedented potential for growth, we are extremely excited to develop our presence in the Middle Eastern hospitality market, in order to support and assist our numerous global hotel organization clients that operate there or are planning to.”  

CADD Emirates will serve to facilitate deliveries, installations and customer support of all of Ariane Systems' advanced self-service technology solutions throughout its area of operation. Ariane Systems provides innovative tools to improve customer experience, including online software to streamline the check-in and check-out process, along with self-service kiosks and keycard dispensers.

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The kiosk solutions offered by Ariane Systems allow hotel properties to provide their guests with a secure and easy system for accessing their guestrooms. The solution provides an intuitive, customizable interface and allows guests to effortlessly obtain room keycards in less than a minute, upon arriving at the property. The self-service kiosks also provide guests with the ability to pay with a credit card, further facilitating service operations for both guests and staff alike.

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