Preferred IHG Consulting Services T-60
Our partnerships have continued to grow with direct IHG corporate relationships and recognition leading to the launch of our T-60 hotel opening services. As Covid-19 rages on, IHG, Oracle and other critical IHG vendors restricted travel and on-site services. At several properties during the Covid-19 Pandemic, we have been called on to assist in network services integration in order to help the hotels open on time. Delays in opening dates can typically cost hotels $15,000 to $20,000 in lost revenue per day.
As we near the end of Covid-19, hotels are now faced with personnel shortages also making opening days difficult as the GM is constantly being pulled in many directions; this is where we can help in this stressful time.
In a recent case, Assa Abloy failed to integrate their key system into the Oracle Opera system, leaving the hotel unable to make keys and open the doors. Working closely with IHG technical services, Crowdstrike Cyber Security, DSR (OK) Oracle and Assa Abloy Entrance Systems, we were able to advise and finish the Assa Abloy installation, allowing a Staybridge Suites Hotel to open. Less than 20 days after opening (during a high point in the pandemic,) the hotel landed a $150,000 contract, which wouldn’t have happened without our assistance.
In other instances, we are creating legal “War Room” opportunities, providing extended stay contracts with legal and government agencies where several meeting room spaces and suite rooms, are required with dedicated fiber Internet services being at the heart of the offering and requirements in order to secure several weeks to several months room and meeting room bookings.
Rural Internet Services 2021
In 2021 we are launching the Temecula Valley Technology Group. Our mission is to provide Internet services to the underserved market where Spectrum and Frontier are currently unable to reach. These areas include non-covered rural areas of Temecula, Murrieta, Menefee, Lake Elsinore, Winchester and the Temecula Valley wine growers.
Working with Spectrum, Frontier and other local utilities, we will be able to extend Internet services using point to point wireless technologies as were used for the 29 Palm USMC and OVSD projects, where we were able to deliver between 20MB and 2GB’s of service.
The pilot rural program will be supplemented by Space Internet Ground Services as satellites are dropped into position throughout 2021.