The proliferation of mobile and other wireless devices has put a lot of pressure on existing wireless infrastructure. Customer and user expectations have created the need to improve or replace original systems at an ever increasing rate. The bottom line is that when these expectations are not met, customers will find facilities where it does.
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1to1 Magazine 02/27/2006 Issue: March 2006 People: Mila D'Antonio
Kimpton Gives Class to Its Customer Strategy case study
Two years ago Renee George went knocking on the door of Kimpton Hotels CEO of Kimpton Real Estate Mike Depatie's House.
George was drawn to the San Francisco–based company because of its reputation for promoting ...
According to the EPA, the hotel industry spends over $5 billion on energy, and that number continues to increase. Advances in technology and a well-planned approach to systems design, can yield a substantial decrease in energy consumption – with that decrease comes significant additional savings in energy costs. Explore some of the aspects involved in mapping out an energy management ...
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