KEYPR, Mirror Image partner for smart mirror

REMi is highly customizable — hotels will be able to purchase the smart mirror on its own or the complete  package.

KEYPR has partnered with Mirror Image to create a cloud-based smart mirror, REMi. REMi is a virtual butler for the hospitality industry powered by the KEYPR platform. REMi is a comprehensive guest-experience hospitality platform. In-room technology has advanced dramatically but no one has yet harnessed the power of mirrors to showcase revenue-driving services and amenities.

Mirror Image has more than 25 years of experience serving the hospitality industry as a trusted source for custom mirrors, backlit mirrors and artwork, catering to all segments of the industry so this move to expand their offering to feature integrated technology is a natural step.

“I have been developing this project for years and it’s something our customers have been asking for,” Mirror Image CEO Glenn Neugarten said in a statement. “The team at KEYPR really connected with the vision and partnering with them really accelerated the project. Technology is always a conversation within the FF&E space and we have made great strides towards combining aesthetics with functionality and look forward to further pushing boundaries with both design and technology.“


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REMi is highly customizable; hotels will be able to purchase the smart mirror on its own or the complete package, which features a mobile app, in-room tablets, keyless entry and GEMS, KEYPR’s proprietary back-office guest-experience-management system.

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