Chargifi, the market leading cloud-managed wireless charging provider has set up a Technology and Business Development hub in Belfast, in a £3.6 million investment that will create 41 jobs.
In recent years, hospitality technology has developed at an exciting rate, and today’s guests are quick to expect the latest tech product or service. Disruptors within the industry such as Airbnb or Marriott, with its “room of the future”, have been quick to deliver it but, crucially, they grasp that the key to its success is that it should enhance rather than replace the human interaction in customer service.
One of Canada’s largest sporting and concert venues, the Aviva Centre, recently deployed Chargifi’s smart wireless charging solution to enhance its fan experience for the Rogers Cup. This was Chargifi’s first deployment in Canada and included powering wireless charging throughout the venue as well as providing cloud management services within the Rogers Fan Hub, which was an innovative pop-up event space for interactive fan experiences.