Membership of the not-for-profit organization reaffirms Exterity’s commitment to the hospitality industry.
Edinburgh, 4th May 2016 – Exterity, the leading provider of enterprise IP video technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it has joined Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG), a global not-for-profit trade association that fosters, through collaboration and partnership among hoteliers and technology providers, the development of next-generation solutions that will enable them to do business globally in the 21st century.
One of the leading providers of solutions for hospitality TV, Exterity integrates with Samsung, LG and Philips Smart TVs to provide guests with a “home away from home” experience. Combining an unlimited number of HD TV and movie on-demand channels securely delivered in the room with interactive guest services, such as room service and spa booking via the TV or a guest’s mobile device, Exterity offers unique solutions to the hospitality and leisure sector. To help hoteliers communicate with guests in the most efficient way, the Exterity system integrates with a hotel’s Property Management System (PMS), facilitating the customization of these in-room guest services and offering express check-out. Additionally, ArtioSign, Exterity’s built-in digital signage solution, enables hoteliers, events and spa managers to combine live TV with information about amenities, news and flight information in public areas, providing a unique mix of entertainment and tailored communications.
“The highly competitive hospitality and leisure industry is embracing digital technology and IP video as an enhancer of guest experience and key differentiator, providing the utmost comfort while ensuring that visitors can easily access all the information and entertainment they need to make the most of their stay,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “Our tailored product portfolio for the leisure industry integrates with the leading providers of hospitality TVs to enable some of the world’s most renowned hotel and leisure groups to create next generation, unique guest experiences across a variety of screens in the hotel rooms, lobbies and even using the guest’s mobile devices for applications like screen mirroring.”