Leading innovator of WiFi network, content streaming and IoT technologies for hospitality and multi-family properties continues to expand the number of technicians and support personnel to address increasing industry demand.
CLEARWATER, FLA. — Hotel Internet Services (HIS), a full-service provider of internet services and solutions for the hospitality & multi-family industry, shares details on the company’s ongoing expansion efforts which continue to be fueled by the market’s ever-growing need for enhanced online connectivity. As more property owners seek to add to the 22 billion devices and systems around the world already vying for an online connection, HIS continues to significantly increase its number of technicians and support staff in order to ensure that businesses have easy access to the latest technologies and best practices that the industry has to offer.
With post-pandemic market recovery now in full swing, HIS in recent months has observed a substantial uptick in the number of hotel & MDU businesses seeking to enhance the capabilities of their WiFi services and internet networks that support operational systems. To address the rising need for more robust online connectivity, HIS has increased its technician, support and operations personnel by 15 percent over the last 12 months. This increased demand is in part due to rising standards for what counts as fast and reliable internet access. It is also a rapidly increasing trend as a result of the contactless and IoT services that many properties have adopted which frequently compete for bandwidth resources, and as industry professionals continue eyeing additional online-based solutions to address growing expectations for faster and more personalized service.
In addition to encountering increased demand for its WiFi network expertise and IoT strategy support, HIS also continues to experience a significant uptick in the number of hotel businesses seeking to cater to modern guest expectations for streamed in-room entertainment. With more travelers desiring a personalized and user-friendly content streaming experience, HIS’ GuestCast streaming platform represents the latest capabilities ensuring instantly customized content and ease of use. Specifically designed for hotel environments, GuestCast with its compatibility with thousands of mobile streaming apps and its simplified device-pairing process is currently the streaming platform of choice for countless hotel guestrooms across the US and around the world.
“High quality connectivity is so fundamental to the running and managing of modern hospitality & multi-family businesses that it is hardly surprising that many industry professionals are now focusing their attentions and budgets on getting their online experiences right,” said Gary Patrick, CEO of Hotel Internet Services. “With the pandemic now in the rearview mirror for much of the global industry, today’s hotel & multi-family businesses are seeking out new opportunities to leverage the internet and IoT to gain a competitive edge in addressing rising user standards. As an industry-leading provider of high-speed internet and online-based solutions, HIS is committed to ensuring that managers have access to the latest technologies and expertise to guarantee the success of their strategies, and we look forward to continuing to expand our team as the market’s demand for our solutions increasingly rises.”
To ensure its ability to meet the industry’s increasing demands, HIS remains actively hiring for its technical delivery team which it has plans to grow by over 40 percent throughout the remaining year. The company also anticipates an increase of its operations and support personnel by 20 percent.
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