Leonardo and Small Luxury Hotels of the World expand technology agreement

Leonardo Worldwide Corp. expanded an agreement with Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) for technology solutions to enhance the display of their hotels' visual content for its 520 plus member hotels. Under the expanded agreement, SLH will use the additional features for its VScape digital asset management system to further improve efficiency of media management and will adopt Leonardo's multi-media display galleries to offer enhanced visual experiences on the SLH.com website.

SLH will use Leonardo's media approval and workflow engine to approve media uploaded to VScape by member hotels for syndication to Leonardo's VNetwork, the most extensive visual media syndication network in the global travel industry. This ensures that all hotel visual content adheres to SLH's brand standards.

SLH will be implementing Leonardo's multi-media display galleries to improve the visual experience of their hotels featured on their corporate website, ensuring the visual content is appropriately displayed no matter which browser, device, software, bandwidth or screen size the consumer is using. Due to increased smartphone and tablet usage during the hotel shopping journey, SLH has also selected Leonardo's smartphone optimized and tablet friendly media galleries to ensure seamless media viewing experiences across all screens and devices.

Through XML connectivity between SLH's VScape and the CMS used to power their consumer websites, SLH will use VScape as a central media repository thereby eliminating duplicate processing and managing of digital assets.

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