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How Outsourcing Transformed a Hotel Operator into a Services Company | Article

How Outsourcing Transformed a Hotel Operator into a Services Company | Article

When this outsourcing relationship started, Grupo Posadas was a hospitality provider in Latin America. Today, it has transformed itself into a services company with multiple revenue streams in a variety of vertical markets. Grupo Posadas formed four new companies based on the platform it created with Oracle On Demand.

Take 2: Online Hotel Retailer Increases Success Formula by Offering More Personal Service | Article

Take 2: Online Hotel Retailer Increases Success Formula by Offering More Personal Service | Article

David Litman, the founder of hotels.com, was itching to get back in the game after selling his company. He changed the business model the second time around, relying on people as well as the Web to book travel deals. Outsourcing to Working Solutions made it possible–and successful.

Buyer’s Influence on Provider Spurs Both to Greater HRO Success | Article

Buyer’s Influence on Provider Spurs Both to Greater HRO Success | Article

Sometimes an outsourcing engagement seems like a good idea in the beginning. But later things don’t seem to work as they should. The partners can only find success by reminding themselves why they’re doing business together. That’s when Pinnacle Hotel Management’s suggestions changed Gevity.

How Outsourcing Helped A Hotel Company Create A Loyalty Program | Article

How Outsourcing Helped A Hotel Company Create A Loyalty Program | Article

In the hospitality industry, a small number of travelers contribute a large portion of the revenue. Leading Hotels of the World, a marketing company for luxe hoteliers, used an ASP solution to create its loyalty program. In the process, supplier Quaero helped Leading Hotels improve its guests’ experiences.

Leveraged Procurement | Article

Leveraged Procurement | Article

Fairmont Hotels joined with four other hospitality companies to create Avenda, a purchasing consortium to pool purchasing power over a broad range of procurement services.

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Success–Without Reservations | Article

Success–Without Reservations | Article

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. Hyatt Hotel Corporation put a new spin on that old adage in 1996 by ‘fixing’ the company’s well-functioning IT organization before it broke. The result is an outsourcing agreement that continues to deliver Hyatt’s high standards of customer service while providing the resources to plan for the future.