Eleven and Millennium Technology Group partner to bring tiered Internet to three Rosen hotels

Eleven and Millennium Technology Group leveraged their newly formed partnership to deliver tiered Internet services to Rosen Shingle Creek, Rosen Centre, and Rosen Plaza, all of which are large full-service convention hotels in central Florida.
 
Combined, the Rosen conference hotels have 3,635 guest rooms and 700,000 gross square feet of meeting and event space. They also shared a necessity for high-quality Internet service to cover a diverse set of user needs – from a hotel guest checking email to a meeting planner uploading a large presentation.

The hotels have three distinct areas with differing Internet login processes, including:

  • Guest Rooms: free basic plan and two paid plans with credit card and bill-to-room options.
  • Convention Space: username and password required to gain access.
  • Public Areas: free Internet that simply requires the guest to agree to the terms of use.

In order to deliver this customized guest Internet experience with tiered plans, Millennium Technology Group employed Eleven’s guest Internet management software, ElevenOS, for easy set up and configuration of the different plans. Millennium Technology Group also gained the ability to customize a branded, mobile-friendly login page for all three Rosen conference hotels.

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