RHW Hotels chooses Eleven's business center technology

Kansas-based hotel development and management company, RHW Hotels, selected ElevenGC as its business center computer provider across 15 of its 18 properties, with plans to install ElevenGC at all future projects.

With ElevenGC, RHW properties have custom branded guest-facing portals and an easy-to-use interface. The ElevenGC software also helps protect public-use computers and reduce security risks with clean user sessions each time a guest logs in and out. RHW business centers are now outfitted with sleek, user-friendly hardware including Lenovo all-in-one computers and HP printers.

"One of the most important aspects of buying computers is selecting a business center computer that works for the guest without issue,” said Bradley Eckenroth, vice president of administration at RHW Hotels. "Eleven's sales team was very helpful in selecting the right product for our brands. ElevenGC was easy to set up, which is a plus for me since we have locations spread throughout the country.”

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RHW Hotels' properties that utilize ElevenGC include Courtyard Colorado Springs South, Fairfield Inn & Suites Kansas City Airport, Residence Inn Scottsdale North, SpringHill Suites Phoenix Glendale Sports & Entertainment District, and TownePlace Suites Colorado Springs South.

 

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