Best Western Premier BHR Treviso
Hotel TV renewal with centralized management via IP and CMND platform installation for display control and content creation.
Kemcomm teamed up with Philips Professional Display Solutions for a complete entertainment upgrade of the Best Western Premier BHR Treviso Hotel.
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In this project, the hotel’s entire TV infrastructure and displays were upgraded to match the hotel’s Premier service level. The old system was replaced with an interactive TV system with high performance features and 140 MediaSuite displays. As well as offering guests with advanced entertainment options, the new system was also designed to reduce management costs, increase revenue through promotional content and to offer guests extra touches of convenience such as an integrated on-screen digital clock option and healthcare remote control.
Easy content updates: Custom content creation and publishing is quick and easy using the CMND & Create tool. With this powerful application, hotel staff can push new promotions to upsell and cross sell products, as well as pushing events, city information and personalised messages to any TV within the hotel.
Intuitive installation: Kemcomm simplified the entire system with their intuitive design that was custom made to improve functionality and usage for both hotel staff and guests.
Remote upgrades: Kemcomm can send software updates remotely to ensure each device is running smoothly with the latest UI and stability features. Software upgrades are instant, and can be directed to the entire fleet or selected sectors.
Android: Further enriching the selection of interactive services, built-in Android opens up an exciting world of possibilities. New apps, content and games are easily accessible through an intuitive menu that’s designed to cater for every guest.
Quick analytics: Integrating content and innovative technologies, hotel staff can develop strategies more effectively using analytical tools to determine which promotions worked best.