SnapShot · 29 Aug
With the amount of data available in the hospitality industry, more and more companies are looking closer at the tools and solutions to help make the most of their data. We discussed in our previous article the importance of building a data strategy to stay competitive and there are still many more moments along that path to cover too.
Snapshot Blog · 29 Aug
With the amount of data available in the hospitality industry, more and more companies are looking closer at the tools and solutions to help make the
SnapShot GmbH · 2 Jul
There has been much said in recent times about the value of data, and without a doubt, data has become the ultimate guiding principle for many industries. When it comes to the hospitality industry, it has yet to reach its full capacity of mastering its data. With legacy software and outdated ways of thinking, the industry is plagued by high costs and low efficiency.
SnapShot GmbH · 24 Jan
Big data. We've all heard and talked about it. Big data is a major component of every industry and hospitality is not an exception. Knowing how to recognize and utilize big data to your company's advantage unlocks great amounts of power. However, having access to data is one thing, but to maximize big data, it needs to be actionable and clearly defined in a detailed data strategy.
SnapShot GmbH · 5 Dec
Hospitality is now a data driven industry. Data is everywhere: data relating to our business performance, data relating to our guests and their preferences, and data relating to the market and our direct competitor set. There is a vast amount of data available with 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being created every day, according to Domo.
SnapShot GmbH · 2 Mar
wisting Mark Twain's famous "If I had more time" quote, David Turnbull, SnapShot's Founder & Chief Commercial Officer discusses the recent launch of SnapShot's new Data Warehouse as a Service Product, SnapShot on Demand, reflecting on what would happen to the current generation of hotel revenue managers if the pains of collecting and storing data were simply removed.