Vendor Updates

Oracle Hospitality Food and Beverage Solutions

2018 Summer
Columbia, MD
http://www.oracle.com/hospitality

The food and beverage team at Oracle Hospitality continues to invest in developing innovative cloud technology to help food and beverage operators enhance the guest experience and streamline operations.
 
Oracle MICROS Tablet 700 Series
The Oracle MICROS Tablet 721 is a rugged mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution. With its compact 7-inch design and durable capability, the Oracle MICROS Tablet 721 is an ideal choice for applications requiring extended battery life and purpose-built options. With integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, magnetic stripe reader, optional bar code scanner, NFC/RFID
and rear-facing camera, the Oracle MICROS Tablet 721 enables increased efficiency and productivity, enhanced operations and improved cost control.
 
Oracle MICROS InMotion Mobile
The InMotion Mobile app went through a user interface update, and now matches the look and feel of other Oracle Hospitality software solutions. Oracle MICROS InMotion Mobile is a free, downloadable companion app to Oracle Hospitality Reporting and Analytics that provides actionable data, enabling hospitality operators to evaluate performance, measure success against forecast, and make business-critical decisions in real time.
 
Oracle Industry Connect
With a marquee lineup of speakers – including leaders from Disney, Marriott, Norwegian Cruise Line and MGM Resorts – Oracle Industry Connect engaged and informed a record number of attendees who gathered in New York City for the two-day event, held April 10-11.

In total, the program offered 16 hospitality-specific sessions that addressed many of the industry’s hottest topics, such as: creating loyalty in a new era of data privacy, transitioning to cloud, capitalizing on data, and orchestrating a digital transformation. In addition, OIC featured several solution-oriented workshops in the Hospitality Connect Zone and industry roundtable discussions led by Oracle Hospitality partners.
 
New Research Report: The Loyalty Divide
Winning the loyalty of customers has never been more important. And for that task, restaurant operators almost routinely offer loyalty programs. But are such initiatives really effective – and are operators evaluating them holistically, rather than with just conventional metrics?

Getting answers for these critical questions was the main objective of Oracle Hospitality’s just-published global study, "The Loyalty Divide – Operator and Consumer Perspectives." Oracle Hospitality commissioned Morar HPI, an independent U.K.-based consultancy, to survey more than 13,000 consumers and 500 businesses across hotels, restaurants and retail in nine countries. The findings are designed to help operators refine loyalty initiatives and better understand the new levels of personalization they’ll require to be effective.

The report also reveals a significant “disconnect” between operators and consumers when it comes to their perceptions of loyalty, and offers insights on ways to bridge that divide.
 
Discover more about Oracle Hospitality’s products by visiting www.oracle.com/hospitality or calling (866) 287-4736.



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