Articles tagged “oracle”

Online Travel

Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

Technology is developing faster than many hotels’ ability to implement it, so some chains turn to tech specialists to stay up to date. Wyndham is tapping Oracle Hospitality for its full-service brands and Sabre for its select-service brands.

Wyndham Signs on for Next-Gen Technology From Oracle Hospitality

Online Travel

What Legacy Travel Companies Could Learn From Oracle Hospitality’s Weeklong Tech Push

A desperate urge to help get the travel sector back on its feet could give some companies a singular purpose, spurring innovation despite the pandemic's hit to revenues.

What Legacy Travel Companies Could Learn From Oracle Hospitality’s Weeklong Tech Push

Online Travel

Oracle Hospitality’s New Boss Sees Gaps in Its Hotel Tech Portfolio

Oracle Hospitality's Alex Alt sees two gaps in his company's suite: distribution services and customer relationship management tools. Yet the opportunities with both are dynamic, not static, because of fast shifts in hotel company priorities and traveler behaviors. That will require Alt to be one very adaptable executive.

Oracle Hospitality’s New Boss Sees Gaps in Its Hotel Tech Portfolio

Hotels

Skift Tech Forum: Oracle Wants to Reimagine Guest Experience

Oracle Hospitality sells the world's most widely used hotel property management system. But it has ambitions to expand into additional services. Senior executive Laura Calin says her company is upending entrenched processes by rolling out fresh solutions, migrating to faster and smarter platforms, and drafting new commercial models.

Skift Tech Forum: Oracle Wants to Reimagine Guest Experience

Hotels

Jonas Software Rolls Up Hospitality Tech Group to Compete Against Bigger Players

The hotel tech group that Jonas Hospitality has put together through acquisitions of Leonardo, MSI, Springer-Miller, and BookAssist is admittedly small. But its creation says a lot about the pressures to consolidate in hotel tech. Experts debate the pros and cons of such roll-ups.

Jonas Software Rolls Up Hospitality Tech Group to Compete Against Bigger Players

Hotels

Melia Tests Oracle’s Wearable Tech at Its Resorts and Nearby Merchants

Meliá has followed the path of Disney and Carnival to introduce wearable tech. But it has taken the concept further, enabling nearby merchants like Starbucks to also accept payments made by guests via its new smart wristbands.

Melia Tests Oracle’s Wearable Tech at Its Resorts and Nearby Merchants

Online Travel

Oracle Hospitality Stumbled in Micros Integration But Says It Has Recovered

Oracle Hospitality doesn't fold sheets, bus tables, or stock shelves, but its software does keep hotels in order. It's taking a few years for the company to get itself in order, too.

Oracle Hospitality Stumbled in Micros Integration But Says It Has Recovered

SkiftX

Oracle Pays $4.6 Billion to Acquire Micros for Hotel and Restaurant Software

This is the wonky back-end equal to Priceline's purchase of OpenTable two weeks ago. Expect more acquisitions all along the customer management chain.

Oracle Pays $4.6 Billion to Acquire Micros for Hotel and Restaurant Software

SkiftX

Ellison’s Hawaiian island purchase was a relative bargain (for him)

Forbes' calculations point out that the purchase of Lanai took as much out of Ellison's fortune as the purchase of a used Chevy would hit a simple millionaire.

Tourism

Oracle’s Larry Ellison buys a Hawaiian island

Ellison is expected to further develop Lanai's tourism infrastructure by improving roads and investing more in two existing resorts (where HP likely won't be holding corporate retreats).