InnSpire forms strategic partnership with Quadriga

In advance of this year’s HOTEC North America Operations event, taking place June 10-13, we met with Dominic Locasico at InnSpire, to talk about the challenges surrounding guest entertainment.
The partnership agreement between InnSpire and Quadriga Systems is set to formally take shape over the coming year. Photo credit: InnSpire

Following the announcement that Stockholm-based Mimir Invest, AB has acquired the assets of Quadriga, InnSpire has formed a strategic partnership with Quadriga Systems to strengthen international sales, as well as product innovation and development for the two companies.
 
The agreement, which is intended to open up new markets for the technology partners and infuse both companies with award-winning solutions, is set to formally take shape over the coming year.
 
Quadriga is recognized as an innovator of high-quality managed in-room entertainment and connectivity services to the hotel industry. Quadriga has latent or active agreements in place with many of the world's largest hotel chains, including InterContinental Hotels Group, Accor, Hilton and Marriott International.

"This strategic alliance aims to bring InnSpire's innovation and conceptual drive together with Quadriga's established products and global customer base," InnSpire CEO/co-founder Martin Chevalley said in a statement. "We are truly excited about the potential benefits of this partnership to all parties, and we are committed to bringing value to the equation, while further strengthening our product design, service and support for our mutual customers."

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