GuestTek, UIEvolution partner on in-room entertainment

UIEvolution Inc. and GuestTek have formed a strategic partnership to offer a new global hospitality solution for in-room entertainment. The new solution, which integrates UIEvolution’s UIE ExperienceManager technology platform with GuestTek’s OneView Media platform, will enable the hospitality industry to deliver an enhanced in-room brand experience to guests worldwide, helping to generate revenue, and improve personalized guest experiences and satisfaction.
 
The newly integrated solution, OneView Media powered by UIE ExperienceManager, provides hotel brands with a next generation in-room entertainment platform they can extend to guests across all of their global properties. Whether hoteliers are launching the solution as a new digital entertainment offering or expanding their current UIE deployment to new global locations, they can rely on UIEvolution’s design abilities and GuestTek’s technical expertise to deliver a unified, consistent brand experience with industry-leading features and business intelligence – enabling them to take control of the TV to drive increased ROI and guest retention.

UIE ExperienceManager is a hospitality platform for in-room digital entertainment, services and signage. Its cloud-based technology enables hoteliers to connect with guests through a variety of high-impact experiences and campaigns encompassing personalized content, tailored ad messages and interactive features, while providing rich business intelligence and customer insights.
 
OneView Media extends guests’ living room to the hotel room through a full range of entertainment solutions, including Free-to-Guest programming, video-on-demand, DVR functionality and mobile connectivity that allows guests to access OVM through their personal devices and broadcast their own content to a hotel TV. OVM is used by hoteliers around the world to enhance their guests’ in-room entertainment experiences through the latest in premium programming and “just like home” functionality.

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