Stayntouch, Tabit partner for mobile in-stay dining


Cloud-based hotel management and contactless technology platform Stayntouch on Tuesday (May 17) was integrated with mobile-first hospitality platform Tabit, which a joint says specializes in hotel restaurants press release.

Accessible from anywhere using any device, Stayntouch’s cloud-native mobile PMS allows hotels to generate primary and secondary revenue while offering the option for mobile or kiosk-based check-in and check-out. The direct integration with Tabit’s point-of-sale (POS) system offers hotel customers a continuously optimized and mobile welcome, dining and check-out experience, according to the press release.

“Tabit brings the next generation of mobile in-stay dining with software that meets the needs of today’s guests and travelers,” said Nadav Solomon, co-founder and president of Tabit, in the press release. “We deliver an elevated level of hospitality to the in-stay dining experience through innovative solutions that are paramount to helping hotels thrive in a saturated and competitive marketplace.”

TabitHotels integrates guest fees across the hotel ecosystem by name and room number, including mobile and contactless orders at the hotel restaurant, pool, casino, beach resort and more. The platform provides a centralized platform to manage all hotel restaurants; the ability to accept fees from third-party restaurants in the area; Access to a guest’s front desk to top up and review details; and mobile contactless ordering via a mobile web app or QR code, where guests can view the menu, send orders to the kitchen and pay on their devices.

“Tabit perfectly complements Stayntouch’s approach to providing a seamless and immersive journey for mobile guests,” said Reid Webster, Stayntouch’s vice president of strategic growth. “Guests who prefer a completely contactless welcome and departure can now also enjoy the convenience of a completely mobile in-stay dining experience. Restaurant staff will also benefit from the increased efficiency as they can manage all hotel restaurants under one central system.”

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