New Delhi, December 29 2020: LingerTech, a cloud-based hotel management start-up announced that it has tied up with 15 hotels across northern India to add to the comfort and leisure of hospitality.
|Using this cloud-based technology, LingerTech is helping small and medium hotels to adopt technology easily and seamlessly at an affordable cost.
The hotel is provided with seamless services in managing all hotel departments like the front office, housekeeping, restaurant, accounts, health clubs, banquets, etc. It is also helping the hotels in managing the entire hotel departments on a single window.
Says Sandeep Kumar, Founder, LingerTech: “With customers becoming confident in travelling, it is important for hotel players to provide a reassurance & experience to plan their holidays at ease.” He further added that hotels need to be tech driven be it motels, small hotels or big brands. With the ease of technology Lingertech & small hotels aim to bring lifestyle experiences.”
The Hotel industry is adapting to new technologies and making sure to offer contactless services by minimizing customer touch points within the hotel. The guests are allowed self-check-in & check-out where the customers can check-In through their mobiles even before reaching the hotel. While in the room, guests can download the APP & check all the details of the hotel facilities. The guest can select and gain access to the digital menu. After selecting the dishes, guests can complete the order and make the payments via digital mode or settle the bill at the time of checkout.
LingerTech, a cloud based integrated hospitality management technology start-up has launched a one-shop-solution to optimize entire property management processes. Their package will help small and medium hotels to adopt technology easily and seamlessly. This will enable budget hospitality groups to offer contactless hotel experience to their customers at an affordable cost. LingerTech aims to equip the Indian Hospitality Industry with technology to enable them to meet the “travelling in the COVID era” challenge head-on.