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.
According to a new report released today, the market leader in the cloud management of wireless charging technology, the hospitality industry has a monumental opportunity to benefit from consumers’ insatiable desire to stay connected. Chargifi surveyed over 2,000 consumers to explore how access to power has the ability to transform the guest experience and increase footfall and consumer spend for businesses.
In the run-up to the US College Football Playoff (CFP) Championship game, Chargifi, the market-leading provider of smart wireless charging, is enhancing the hospitality spaces of San Jose McEnery Convention Center by installing their wireless charging SmartSpots for the three-day Playoff Fan Central event beginning on January 4th, 2019 and at the Championship Tailgate at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on January 7th.