Digital technology in hospitality industry: role of information technology

The importance of technology in hospitality industry is indisputable. It thoroughly changes the way customers approaching restaurants, hotels, and leisure services.

Until early 2021, COVID19 and its variants have obsessed the global hospitality industry that hotels, casinos, events, and sport performances are the most severe victim. All the karaoke services reported a significant loss in 2020 that they are planning to change their core services in favor of leasing private space for remote workers. Another example is that most restaurants in Germany have to cancel eat-in services. Currently, the government only allows food delivery serviceswhich significantly reduces their total revenues. 

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Challenges for the hospitality industry: solution and opportunities

Instead of the last glory period, 2020 time claimed to be the hardest-hit challenge for hospitality industry since social distancing keeps people at home.

Opposite with many predictions regarding the impact of COVID19, until early 2021, the travel and hospitality sector tend to be under-recovery. Due to the undeviatingly serious disturb from the increasing infection, many countries have decided to extend the lockdown period. Whereby irrelevant or private crowd activities will not be allowed to deter the infection.

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How travel businesses make money with ancillary services in tourism

Undoubtedly, the travel industry tends to be the main earning of many countries that ancillary services in tourism indicate a profound benefit for travel firms.

The application of technology in the travel and tourism industry came up with both benefits and drawbacks to companies in the market. Accordingly, it posed a disruption that many novel business models have risen to take over the profit margin. On the other hand, the rapid increase in numbers of firms offering travel-related services is hitting up the fierce competition among companies. Hence, it forces companies with constant innovation to survive.

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Should hospitality business need a mobile app for Hotels?

If COVID19 convince you about the dark side of travel, we will show the profound future that mobile app for hotels accelerating the development of hospitality.

Undeniably, the outbreak of coronavirus threw a big shock into the global business that social distancing has threatened the travel and tourism industry. According to the Mckinsey report, the recovery process will be lasting at least until 2023.

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Hotel technology trends 2020: How it helps the hospitality industry defeat COVID19 outbreak

Coronavirus posed a pause in the hospitality technology industry. However, on the porch of recovery, businesses should consider the future direction of hotel technology trends

In 2020, COVID-19 suddenly appeared to shut down the golden era of the travel and hospitality industry, when travel and tourism claimed to be the unsmoked industry. Recently, several countries, in which economies remarkably lean on income coming from visitor expenditures, are struggling with recession and cash shortages.

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How on-demand food delivery companies make money?

On demand delivery might not be a particular concept due to a series of startups getting robust growth in a short period. So, let’s explore how they could have a profit.

Along with the outbreak of coronavirus inducing social distancing for disease control. In which, the time people spending at home dramatically increase, leading to the demand for home delivery services on the rise. Industry experts have an optimistic view of the future of food delivery even after the outbreak.

Whereas, the value of on demand delivery service is expected to surpass US$ 365 by 2030. As a software outsourcing company, Adamo experiences the surge of requests regarding on demand food delivery app development during the raging epidemic.

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Leisure travel insight: it is time for the travel and hospitality industry to recover

Is the leisure industry on the verge of death? For us, it is definitely NOT. We could see the initial optimistic insights, providing you with evidence for recovery.

Currently, we will not mention how many coronaviruses outbreak damage the global leisure industry since you could find millions of results across the internet. Tons of threats and warning suffuses throughout every corner social media, raising doubt about the dual-front crisis coming from both finance and healthcare pressure. Citizens in many countries have preoccupied with running out of money unless restoring businesses as usual, while they also scare of being injected in doing business activities.

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