Intelity, Assa Abloy Hospitality release e-book

Intelity releases a new e-book about mobile keyless hotel room entry in conjunction with Assa Abloy Hospitality. “Introducing Mobile Guestroom Access to Your Hotel” provides general information for those who are interested in learning the basics about technology that allows hotel guests to securely unlock their assigned guestroom doors with a mobile device, which is currently one of the hottest topics in the hospitality industry.

“We’ve received a lot of questions about mobile keyless entry from our hotel partners and the industry in general,” said Intelity CEO and President David Adelson. “This is a key opportunity to help share information that allows hoteliers to learn about new innovation that could potentially benefit both them and their guests.”

The e-Book is being released with ASSA ABLOY Hospitality, the creator of the new Assa Abloy Hospitality Mobile Access solution that allows hotel guests to use smartphones as digital keys to access guest rooms. The solution integrates with Intelity’s ICE (Interactive Customer Experience) mobile guest services platform, which enables central management of digital guest services, opens new channels for revenue and streamlines existing hotel operations.

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