New white paper addresses implementation of mobile access at hotels

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Assa Abloy Hospitality releases of a mobile access best practices white paper: "Staying Ahead of the Curve: How hotels and resorts can leverage mobile-access technology as a principal solution, in light of the growing emergence of a smart-device equipped world.”

The paper serves as a guide for hoteliers of all types, in order to provide them with the insight needed to make informed decisions on how to best leverage the latest mobile-based access technologies, and what features should be considered when comparing solutions.

As a revolutionary technology that presents a diverse range of options, mobile access technology is understandably a field where many hospitality professionals are seeking out industry expertise before making a committed investment on the solution. With Assa Abloy Hospitality's white paper, readers can review statistics on growing trends and guest demands for mobile-compatible services to better grasp the rationale behind the surge in popularity for such solutions.

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By referencing the resource, hoteliers can also determine what functionalities should be offered in order to satisfy the growing guest demand for greater convenience and self-service. Since mobile access technology is an integral part of a hotel's security protocol, the white paper also offers critical insight on the security safeguards that should be considered when analyzing which solution works best to protect both property and guests.

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