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Strategic Segmentation of Hotel Guest Personas

Often, the ideal guest persona that a hotel must target overlaps with the ‘ideal guest type’ that a hotel aspires to attract. Bringing in more of the latter kind could be...

Clay debuts a new tool to help people better manage their business and personal relationships – TechCrunch

A new startup called Clay, backed by $8 million in seed funding, has built a system designed to help you be more thoughtful with the people in your life, which operates...

Taktile makes it easier to leverage machine learning in the financial industry – TechCrunch

Meet Taktile, a new startup that is working on a machine learning platform for financial services companies. This isn’t the first company that wants to leverage machine learning for financial products....

Research Finds Property Management Systems Remain Most Important Hotel Technology in 2021

A new survey of hotel executives conducted in 2021 shows the PMS remains the single most important piece of hotel technology today. The study, conducted through phone and web survey during...

The Nuro EC-1, early-stage growth tactics, understanding Salesforce+ – TechCrunch

In 2010, Google’s autonomous vehicle project placed self-driving cars on Bay Area streets and freeways, but practical applications were thought to be at least a decade away. The futurists were right on...

Tropic picks up $25M to streamline software procurement experiences – TechCrunch

The pandemic was a catalyst for showing companies looking to cut costs just how much they were spending on their software tools. New York-based Tropic’s platform not only uncovers those savings,...

More companies should shift to a work-from-home model – TechCrunch

Karl Laughton Contributor Karl Laughton is president & COO of Insightly, which makes scalable CRM software that enables companies to go beyond transactions and grow lasting customer relationships. Nearly three in 10 employees (29%)...

Youreka Labs spins out with $8.5M to provide smart mobile assistant apps to field workers – TechCrunch

Mobile field service startup Youreka Labs Inc. raised an $8.5 million Series A round of funding co-led by Boulder Ventures and Grotech Ventures, with participation from Salesforce Ventures. The Maryland-based company also...
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