F1 Infotech displays tech solutions at ATM
Dubai, May 13, 2013
F1 Infotech, a leading technology and training provider for the hospitality industry, showcased its technology solutions at the recently concluded Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the Middle East’s biggest travel show, in Dubai.
F1 Infotech, in association with Infor, unveiled its Hospitality Management Software (Infor HMS), which can optimise day-to-day operations to deliver excellent guest services and take necessary steps to increase profitability.
During the show, F1 also demonstrated the entire suite of Infor Hospitality Solutions.
The company also showcased its Enterprise IT solutions like IPTV, WLAN, Room Management Solution, Building Management Solution, Electronic Door Locks, HSIA, and Mobility among others that are fundamental for any turnkey infrastructure project. F1 also presented its portfolio of IT design and consultation.
“ATM provided us excellent platform to position F1 as a one stop solution provider offering end to end solutions to the hospitality industry,” said, George Linu Varghese, business unit manager - Middle East and India, F1 Infotech.
“We understand the industry appreciates F1 having specific divisions handling Software, Enterprise Turnkey and Design & Consultation. The show also helped us achieve positioning Infor HMS as the next generation Property Management Solution alongside the entire hospitality portfolio.”
“Our tie-up with MCOM IPTV has reassured the industry that it has a unique interactive TV and mobile application as well as Meru Networks as a visionary vendor on the WLAN as products having seamless connectivity without compromising technology,” Varghese added.
During ATM, F1 Infotech signed business deals and also been shortlisted as one of the technology partners with some of the leading names in the Middle East.
According to latest report from leading investment bank Alpen Capital in its GCC Hospitality industry report estimates that the GCC hospitality market is anticipated to grow at an annual rate of 8.1 per cent to $28.3 billion by 2016 compared to $19.2 billion in 2011. – TradeArabia News Service