Wi-Fi is now one of the most essential services a hotel can provide apart from a bed, and yet poor internet connection is on the top 3 list of complaints from hotel guests around the world.
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – Hotel guests around the world complain about poor internet connection and speed – Danmagi fully understands that frustration and has done something about it. Come to HITEC, the world’s largest hospitality technology show, and hear how Danmagi’s CEO Daniel Lister solves this issue for hoteliers around the world.
Wi-Fi is now one of the most essential services a hotel can provide apart from a bed, and yet poor internet connection is on the top 3 list of complaints from hotel guests around the world. Why is it that after considerable technological advances over the past decades, Wi-Fi is still one of the poorest services offered by hotels today?
Daniel Lister, CEO at Danmagi, explains: “If you as a hotel do not invest in the right solution or company, it can cause you several years of guest complaints and poor service, and yet hotels continue to make the same mistakes and are struggling to provide a good quality and secure Wi-Fi service to their guests.”
He continues: “With the boom in numbers and types of mobile devices, hoteliers are being told that adding extra AP’s in the rooms will solve their issues, but the reality is that most WLAN networks at hotels work well – often the issues lie with inflexible and outdated service provider systems.”
Daniel Lister, CEO of Danmagi, will be speaking more about this at this year’s HITEC, taking place June 24-27 in Minneapolis, United States. Come and hear him speak on Wednesday June 26 at 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Danmagi is the new game changer in the hospitality Wi-Fi market that have understood and seen where the Wi-Fi market is heading and have tailored Wi-Fi solutions to their clients’ future needs. Danmagi makes sure that hotel guests are ensured the quality internet connection that they need regardless of whether they are using a computer, tablet or smartphone, with respect to bandwidth usage and multiple languages.
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