New product lineup by hospitality’s leading innovator of virtual assistant and AI technology offers three options, including Angie Spark, Angie Luxe, and Angie Luxe+.
SAN JOSE, CALIF. & MINNEAPOLIS – Angie Hospitality, developer of the industry's first 24-hour interactive guest room assistant purpose-built for the hotel environment, is unveiling an expanded product line of virtual guest room assistant solutions at HITEC 2019 on June 18-20 in Minneapolis. Each of the three distinct models now available are capable of addressing a specific set of hotel needs, while providing all the enhanced convenience that today's tech-savvy guests have increasingly come to expect from their hotel stay experience, regardless of the type and level of the property.
With the release of this new line up, Angie Hospitality will be able to provide new customers with a wider range of choices in implementing a virtual assistant platform that meets their specific property, guest and budgetary needs. Angie Spark provides a new entry price point in a small but powerful device that taps into Angie's full set of cloud capabilities that allow hotels to provide guests with the ability to request hotel information or services, such as housekeeping, room service or maintenance. Guests can also schedule wake-up calls, stream music, perform automated checkout and review details on nearby events, weather and traffic conditions. Other abilities include locating pricing information and hours of operation for on-site restaurants, spas or gyms.
All Angie devices in the new series boast an extensive feature set including seamless PMS integration, multilingual support, an on-screen hotel directory, alarm clock, high-fidelity bluetooth speakers and more. Angie Luxe and Angie Luxe+ also include a built-in nightlight and charging ports using both USB-A and USB-C as well as a variety of available add-on features, such as room control, secure Wi-Fi, and PBX telephone integration, allowing hoteliers to customize their chosen Angie solution to fit the property's specific needs.
Like its siblings, Angie Luxe+ can serve as a guest room telephone, but includes a handset to offer a more traditional telephone experience. Angie's cloud platform powers the whole line up and includes support for integrations with many familiar POS, PMS, CMS, and Workflow solutions, including HotSOS, Inncom, Iris, Opera, Interel and more.
"Angie Hospitality and its solutions are built on the premise that a guest's experience and needs are varied and our new product line provides hotels the options they need to implement virtual assistant technology that fits their specific goals and guest expectations," said Ted Helvey, CEO of Angie Hospitality. "While each model of Angie delivers unique abilities, the cloud platform is still fully capable of catering to the increasingly mainstream trends of instant convenience and access to a more personalized hotel stay."
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