In the end, the implementation process of blockchain-based applications in the hotel sector comes back to one question: “Who owns the customer?”
The use of blockchain technology in revenue management can be applied through inventory management, demand management and pricing strategies
The future of travel will be more secure, faster, and hopefully less fragmented as the industry begins to embrace blockchain and leave its fragmented past behind, creating an optimized infrastructure.
If the decentralised, blockchain-based distribution platform that Nordic Choice has been working on with Winding Tree is to succeed, it will need widespread industry support and buy-in.
The last few years have seen a steady rise in the impact of rate-parity and onward distribution issues on hotelier’s bottom line. GMs and revenue managers are scrambling to find […]
Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG)’s recent whitepaper, Blockchain for Hospitality, not only increases awareness on the emergence of this new ledger technology but serves as a practical knowledge framework for hospitality […]
A recent article on the Nasdaq website called “How Blockchains Are Changing the Hotel Industry” claims that blockchain-based platforms “offer promising solutions” to particular areas of difficulty in the hospitality […]