Angie Hospitality Doubles Down on Touchless Tech With Its PBX Service
These days, many hotels strive to provide guests with an experience that requires as little touch points as possible. Angie Hospitality by Nomadix, a provider of voice-activated and contactless technology for hotels, may have just what they need. This week, it introduced Angie PBX, its cloud phone service that is provided through its digital guest room assistants.
According to the company, this solution enables hoteliers to remove outdated equipment, modernize the guest experience, offer touchless functionality and save money. The Angie PBX system, it explains, is paired with a digital assistant device that responds to voice-enabled commands. Instead of guests having to touch their devices to call the front desk or for emergency services, it alerts them and provides the location details.
“As the hospitality industry navigates pandemic health concerns and lower occupancy, it’s critical for hotels to invest in new processes and technology to protect their people, optimize operations with stretched staff, and meet evolving safety expectations, all while managing the bottom line,” Angie Hospitality CEO David Millili said. “We have doubled down on our development over the past six months to deliver safer, touchless technologies that provide the modern conveniences expected by guests while giving cost-effective options for hoteliers. We understand the complex requirements of the industry and strive to provide innovative, affordable solutions to allow them to effectively serve their guests.”
The digital assistants also can help complete guest requests, and answer questions about the hotel and local attractions. “Angie devices can also be integrated with existing hotel systems to provide a touchless interface to control the thermostat, lights, TV and more,” the company adds. “Angie eliminates many touch points for hotel guests to increase safety precautions and provide more efficiency.”