RFID Tracking for Hospitality Sectors
RFRain Solutions improves efficiency, increases attendance and controls cost
RFRain provides a cost-effective solution for improving hospitality industry efficiency through inventory and asset management. The hospitality industry is very competitive trying to beat each other to provide the best guest interaction, quality services and innovative ideas to win over the customers. Meeting hotel inventory demands impacts the customer requirements and customer experience giving a hotel an edge over its competition. RFID technology has improved the ability of the hospitality industry to track people, inventory and assets to decrease losses, increase efficiency, improve customer experience. To gain a competitive edge, hotels, bars, restaurants and conferences need to continue to embrace technology while at the same time improving the overall customer service quality and performance. Below are some the key application benefits:
Conferences and Event Planning
RFID tracks people’s interests and attendance at a conference providing data to the organizer for future promotion of the event and data mining for attendees.
Tracking the hotel assets with RFID tags will reduce the number of towels and other hotel room items from leaving the hotel with a guest.
Restaurants, bars, hotels and any establishment offering services to customers face the risk of loss impacting the bottomline. RFID tags and tracking with the RFRain solution can help.
Every business in the hospitality industry has to take inventory at regular intervals. Reduce error rates and reduce staffing by implementing RFRain solution to tag and automatically take inventory in real-time.
An RFRain solution provides you with the following benefits:
Control Your assets
IoT Solutions Built Around You
RFRain developed the first to market, plug and play end-to-end system of hardware and software that collects data received from RFID tags or sensors and manages the analytics within the cloud.
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