The company has been recognized for two of its solutions ranked in the 2023 HotelTechAwards
ATLANTA – Actabl, the hospitality industry’s first and only integrated hotel operations, business intelligence, and labor management solution, announced today that it has been recognized across seven categories in HotelTechReport’s annual HotelTechAwards. Launched in 2022, Actabl brings together four powerful tech solutions to maximize profits for hotel operators including ProfitSword’s AI-powered business intelligence technology, Hotel Effectiveness’ complete labor optimization system, ALICE’s hotel operations management platform, and Transcendent’s advanced asset management and CapEx solutions, all enterprise-ready and designed for hotels and hotel management companies.
Actabl received more cumulative high scores than any other single technology provider from the 2023 HotelTechAwards. Actabl was a category winner or finalist in these categories:
● Labor Management Software
● Business Intelligence Software
● Housekeeping Software
● Preventative Maintenance Software
● Guest Services Software
● Staff Collaboration Tools
● Guest Messaging Software
Actabl has also been recognized as one of the Top Ten Most Customer Centric Companies in the Peoples’ Choice List. The People’s Choice list is the most competitive HotelTechAward category because it compares the most influential hotel tech companies across all categories. Before joining together, Actabl’s solution offerings won consecutive years of award wins and the results this year showcase how sought after Actabl’s labor management, business intelligence and hotel operations solutions are.
The HotelTechAwards are often referred to as “the Grammys of Hotel Tech” and winners have been selected from more than 200 of the top technology products around the world. The HotelTechAwards are the industry’s only data-driven awards platform with winners determined by product reviews from a global community of verified hotel technology users across more than 120 countries.
“As hoteliers are constantly bombarded with emerging technology, the fact that we received nearly perfect reviews across the board in seven different categories – plus an overall top-ten award – validates the role Actabl plays in adding tremendous value to the industry,” said Steven Moore, CEO of Actabl. “We are proud to be the go-to, trusted partner for hotel operators when they think about profitability.”
Actabl is the newly–launched software company exclusively focused on meeting the evolving needs of leading hospitality businesses. Actabl brings together four powerful hospitality tech solutions to maximize profits for hotel operators. Actabl’s integrated solutions include ProfitSword’s AI-powered business intelligence technology, Hotel Effectiveness’ complete labor optimization system, ALICE’s hotel operations management platform, and Transcendent’s advanced asset management and CapEx solutions. With a global team of 250+ employees boasting over 1,000 years of combined hospitality experience, Actabl serves the technology needs of more than 10,000 properties in hospitality markets around the world.
To learn more, please visit www.actabl.com.
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LOS ANGELES – To bring a new level of safety to pools at hotels and resorts, Coral Smart Pool today announced that it has entered into a partnership with Leonardo Hotels & Resorts Mediterranean to bring MYLO, its industry-defining “virtual lifeguard system,” to the hotel chain.
As part of a pilot program, Coral Smart Pool has installed the MYLO system at the Leonardo Plaza Cypria Maris Beach Hotel in Paphos, Cyprus, to demonstrate the technology. The second stage of the program will see Coral equip the rest of Leonardo hotels in Cyprus with MYLO.
MYLO analyzes video above and below the pool’s surface for a comprehensive monitoring view, creating an unprecedented level of protection as a virtual lifeguard. MYLO features both an above-ground camera and pressure sensors to identify if a person is entering the pool and can calculate risks. A high-resolution underwater camera detects a sinking person and sends a series of alarms to take action.
Other devices on the market can only identify an entry into the pool; this is simply not enough, as 88% of drownings happen with adult supervision. MYLO works 24/7 and after it notifies that somebody entered the pool, unlike all other pool entry warning devices, continues to monitor activity to identify danger or drowning incidents. Accordingly in case of hotel pools, MYLO can provide several layers of protection to be used by the Hotel, for instance in the nights when the pools are not active MYLO can detect an entry to the pool and notify the staff, additionally when the pool is active and there is a person in distress MYLO will notify immediately the Lifeguard or the staff to take action.
“Vacations are meant to be fun and relaxing, but the hotel swimming pools can easily become a dangerous place for young children or inexperienced swimmers. With our proprietary technology, hotels can create several layers of safety and protection for their guests having MYLO monitoring every pool in the facility, 24/7” said Shadie Bisharat, CEO of Coral Smart Pool. “Partnering with Leonardo Hotels Mediterranean allows us to bring MYLO to the hotel industry in addition to our consumer market. Having Virtual Lifeguard as an inseparable part of the pool experience is our mission, having ZERO drownings is our vision. Whether in the hotel or at home MYLO gives you the peace of mind you need.”
“Leonardo hotels are always looking for the maximum safety of our guests and this is why we are always looking to implement the most innovative technologies and infrastructure. With MYLO on the watch guests can have greater peace of mind,” says Radu Mitroi, General Manager of Leonardo Cyprus.
According to Coral Smart Pool, MYLO is the first use-case for “computer vision” in the pool. With Coral’s computer vision and AI technologies, the pool of the future will be safer, more intelligent and automated – similar to how computer vision enables self-driving cars. Coral’s computer vision technology will enable future pools to self-manage maintenance, cleaning and energy efficiency.
About Coral Smart Pool
Coral Smart Pool, the creators of the MYLO virtual lifeguard, are pioneers of award-winning computer vision and machine learning technology for monitoring pool activity. The company is leading the way in developing intelligent, intuitive, consumer-friendly solutions for residential pools. Coral Smart Pool believes that AI and Computer Vision can transform the modern pool experience for good, making it safer, more relaxing, More Automated, more fun and more rewarding. More information: www.CoralSmartPool.com.
Leonardo Hotels & Resorts Mediterranean is part of the Fattal Hotel Group, which was founded in 1998 by David Fattal. Characterized by dynamic growth, 240 hotels with 43,000+ rooms in 113 destinations and 20 countries are operated in Europe & Israel. The brand portfolio includes: Leonardo Hotels, Leonardo Royal Hotels, Leonardo Boutique Hotels, NYX Hotels by Leonardo Hotels, Jurys Inn and Herods. The Israeli hotel group is listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE).
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Uniguest, a global leader in digital engagement technology to multiple end markets, announced today important leadership changes, most notably the promotion of Matt Goche to chief executive officer from his role as chief operating officer, taking over responsibility from Jeff Hiscox following a highly successful six-year tenure.
Hiscox will move into the Chairman role on Uniguest’s board of directors and act as a strategic advisor to the Uniguest executive team, while Goche steps up to take responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the company and driving revenue growth.
On his departure, Hiscox commented, “This is the right time to make this change both for me personally and the company. I feel the executive leadership team is well positioned to take the company forward.
“With setting up our operations to support our organic growth, supporting the commercial teams to drive top-line revenue, and with bringing on new companies through his tireless efforts on acquisitions and integration, Matt has been instrumental in growing Uniguest and I’ve no doubt he will continue to be successful in his new role.”
Goche added, “Under Jeff’s outstanding leadership and guidance, our global business is strong and well positioned. He hands over the reins at an exciting time for the business, and I am thrilled to be leading the team forward as we enter the next phase of growth at Uniguest.
“2023 and beyond are going to be important years for our industry and for our business, and I am proud and motivated to lead an amazing group of people at Uniguest.”
Supporting Goche in his new role, Mike Rethage joins the Uniguest executive team, promoted to chief operations officer from his role as EVP of Uniguest’s Senior Living division. Heading up the R&D teams, Jeff Stonebrook is also promoted to the Uniguest executive team as chief technology officer from his previous role as EVP of software engineering.