TTI Announces Name Our Desktop Contest During IH/M&RS

  • TTI Technologies International
  • 11.03.09
TTI Technologies International will hold a contest to find the perfect name for its new business center software that gives guests a virtual home office experience by providing them with the familiar Windows System on the PC desktop.

The contest will be held during the International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, November 8-10, in booth No. 3053 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. The winning entry will be announced November 30, and the winner will receive a $250 Visa Gift Card just in time for holiday shopping.

“Our new Windows Desktop has all the features needed for a familiar and friendly guest experience, including: preferred browser of choice, full PC functionality, and a robust back end to ensure all guest information is secure from unwanted predators,” said Bridget Werba, TTI’s vice president sales and marketing. “What’s missing is a great name. So we’re turning to industry’s experts – those who know guests best and those who use business centers as frequent travelers – for their creative contributions. There’s no better place than IH/M&RS to find the worlds most diverse, multilingual travelers and savvy technology users. Therefore, we invite everyone attending the show to come to booth 3053 to see our new Desktop solution, experience the convenient and stress-free application and enter their Name Our Desktop contest. 

“In today’s economy, every little bit helps,” she said. “Show attendees will find this contest to be a fun way to ease the holiday shopping burden or to treat themselves to a day of shopping on TTI. Equally importantly, we’ll come away with a creative name that defines an even greater product.”

TTI Technologies International provides self-service solutions to hotels, resorts and hostels that are easy to operate, require minimal staff interaction and include design, installation and on-going 24/7/365 management and support. Solutions include: driver’s license, passport and ID scanners; self-service business centers; boarding pass printing stations; self-service concierge and more.

TTI’s business centers feature:

  • Internet access via guest’s browser of choiceincluding: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome
  • Instant Messenger programs with handset phones and webcams
  • Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Keyboard emulator allowing guests to type in their native language
  • Printeron.net for remote printing
  • Detailed usage reporting
  • Access codes for unused minutes

Premium equipment includes:

  • Compact Dell workstations
  • Easy access USB ports
  • Laser printing
  • Scan, copy and fax features
  • Webcams
  • Skype Internet phones
  • Credit card and cash payment options

“At TTI, service is our passion as we work towards redefining the guest experience,” Werba said. “We take great pride in knowing that a guest’s business center experience is in our hands and go above and beyond to ensure complete satisfaction.  In addition, our solutions are designed to help hotels increase profits through lucrative revenue-share programs that create an additional revenue stream and save money through a no-cost install program.  We take full responsibility for on-going maintenance and software upgrades backed by proactive monitoring and 24/7/365 live support.”

TTI has been delivering innovative solutions since 1991 serving hotels, resorts, hostels, airports and retailers.  TTI’s technology includes ID scanners, self-service business centers and concierge kiosks, luggage storage solutions, ATMs, signature capture devices and more. With an international headquarters in New York and satellite offices in Phoenix, San Francisco, Boston, Ft. Lauderdale and Mumbai, TTI is well equipped to anticipate and deliver exceptional service. 



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