Angie Hospitality, creator of the world's first voice-based guest room assistant and in-room Wi-Fi access solution developed specifically for hotels, has been selected by WBA (Wireless Broadband Alliance) to present at this year's Wireless Global Congress in New York City.
During the four-day event, which is scheduled to take place November 13-16 at The Roosevelt Hotel, Angie Hospitality's CEO, Ted Helvey, will present Angie's comprehensive suite of capabilities at two invitation-only sessions, with a focus on its secure PAN (Personal Area Network) guest Wi-Fi functionality.
The annual Wireless Global Conference showcases innovative technological solutions in wireless services, bringing together senior-level executives from a multitude of industries. Chosen by show officials to showcase Angie Hospitality on the conference's prestigious Innovation Stage, Helvey will conduct a six-minute presentation on the solution's advanced Wi-Fi capabilities on Thursday, November 16 at 10:55 a.m. Also selected to participate in this year's WBA Accelerator Program, Helvey will again present an overview of Angie's capabilities to a panel of leading industry experts and investors at 6:50 p.m.
With a focus on not only introducing advanced voice-based guest service solutions to the hospitality industry, but providing secure and robust in-room Wi-Fi networks in every guest room, Angie is the world's first voice-activated, enterprise-class solution built specifically for the hotel environment. The solution offers hoteliers and their guests a 24-hour interactive voice- and touch-based guest room assistant that maximizes operational efficiencies and revenue for the property, as well as increasing guest satisfaction. Angie is currently being implemented at multiple hotel properties in the U.S. and will be available for general distribution in Q1 2018.