TeleMatrix RJ45 PassPort enhances security, and saves space, and money.
Save space with TeleMatrix PassPort, the RJ45 pass-through port that eliminates the cost of a separate connection puck on the nightstand or desk. Designed for guests who preferred a wired connection, and for government travelers requiring a plug-in port, PassPort is a standard feature on TeleMatrix 9600 Series cordless, and 3300 Series analog and VoIP phones. Get a passport. Click here for details, or here to request a quotation.
Submitted by Adam McMullen, Assistant Marketing Manager, Cetis, Inc.
Take a closer look at E100 Basic, and save.
The math is simple. E100 Basic is guest approved, budget friendly, and up to 40% smaller than standard guest room telephones, making it the preferred micro-footprint phone of hotel brands all over the world. E100 flat panel styling also adds elegance to any room without compromising functionality. Find out why small is the new big. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
Come visit with the Cetis team at Stand E2P03 during HOTELEX Shanghai 2017, March 28-31 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, Pudong District, Shanghai, China. We look forward to visiting with you, and reviewing Cetis hospitality solutions.
Cetis channel partner, Jorge L. Garcia, Hotel Equipment, Katy, Texas, visits with Dr. Bing N. Sun, President & CEO, Bryce Bowman, Vice President of Sales, and Brock Munsell, Chief Technology Officer, Cetis, Inc. during the HOTELEX Shanghai 2017.
If you plan to be in Shanghai over the next few days, be sure to stop by the show at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, Pudong District, Shanghai, China, Stand E2P03 and visit with the Cetis team to review Cetis hospitality industry solutions.
Submitted by Adam McMullen, Assistant Marketing Manager, Cetis, Inc.
How the room phone can help achieve a sophisticated mix of style and functionality in the guest room.
Lamps, furniture, drapes, wall paper, wall art, and most room accessories are all coordinated to provide an experience that is not only comfortable, but also visually pleasing, but the guest room telephone should be no exception.
The room phone is a necessary amenity for a quality guest experience, and should be given the same consideration as the artwork that goes on the wall.
An old or outdated phone, for example, can stand out like a stain on a fresh white duvet cover, but an elegantly designed phone like the TeleMatrix 9600 Series can complete your room design in a way that drives guest satisfaction. Available in Black or Ash with 7 color handset accent color options, your designers may choose a combination that makes your guest rooms picture perfect. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation for 9600 Series phones, designed with your guest room in mind.
Cetis-NEC Smart Hospitality Solutions partnership helps ensure positive guest experiences.
Building upon an established and long-standing hospitality industry partnership, Cetis and NEC Enterprise Solutions cooperate to deliver innovative PBX/Endpoint bundling solutions preferred by hotels throughout Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
The NEC Smart Hospitality program leverages the power of partnership to provide hoteliers with an IT platform for delivering authentic, optimized services that allow each guest to enjoy a relaxed and pleasant hotel stay. "Across all major geographic regions NEC is one of the key suppliers of choice to the Hospitality industry. Our experience makes us truly understand the sector, says Kees van Donk, Director Hospitality EMEA NEC Enterprise Solutions. "By merging leading IT and Communication network technologies, we deploy solutions with the scalability, capability and affordability to meet the demanding business needs of hotels, event centers, cruiselines and travel organizations," he adds.
According to Hui Du Le-Ngoc, Managing Director, Cetis (EA) Ltd., "The Cetis/NEC partnership has blossomed over the last few years with sales increasing year-on-year. As a trusted NEC Smart Hospitality Solutions partner, we seek to complement the NEC one-stop-shop business model, supporting dealers who buy directly from NEC. Our goal continues to be to present and demonstrate how combined NEC-Cetis solutions help facilitate deliverables with stylish guestroom phones, modular solution components, and dedicated services," he concludes.
Click here to contact NEC Enterprise Solutions, call +31 35 689 91 11, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To contact Cetis (EA), Ltd., call +44 (0)1908 904860, or click here to request a Cetis phone quotation.
Wendy Drayton tours Cetis headquarters, and shares hospitality industry insights.
Carper Company principal, Wendy Drayton, visited with the Cetis team at Cetis headquarters in Colorado Springs this week. "It was very nice to meet all the people who work for Cetis behind the scenes, including the production team and the shipping team", Wendy reported. "Our companies complement each other well, which is why we've been selling Cetis telephones and to hotels, motels, hospitals and other businesses since 1995. We don't just sell products, but seek to provide valuable services, at the best price, including customizing telephone faceplates from start to finish", she concludes.
Choose from 7 standard or custom color handset insert options.
Beautifully engineered TeleMatrix 3300 Series phones are available in single and two-line analog and VoIP corded configurations with 7 optional standard handset accent colors, a convenient PassThrough RJ45 Ethernet port, and patented OneTouch voice mail retrieval. Choose matching 3300TRM trimline for bathroom and common area applications. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
You still have time to help our friends without an address.
Over the past weekend Cetis, Inc. participated in the annual C-U at Home One Winter Night event in Champaign, Illinois. This event is a powerful opportunity to raise awareness for our friends without an address, and experience what it might be like to be outside, overnight, in the coldest part of a Central Illinois winter.
Box dwellers from all walks of life commit to spending 12 hours outside in a cardboard box, along Neil Street in downtown Champaign. Cetis Assistant Marketing Manager, Adam McMullen, was on site working with the street team to pass out information and build a buzz for the event. Adam said, “The turnout was great! The real MVP in this situation are the people who spent 12 hours out there in a box, and committed to raising $1,000 each for the cause. I was out there from about 8pm – 10pm and it was already freezing cold when I left.” In addition to the outdoor activities, C-U at Home had a full schedule of guest speakers from around the community educating and informing people on other ways to be an advocate. C-U at Home engages and mobilizes the Champaign-Urbana community to house and support the most vulnerable homeless on their journey of healing and restoration. This was their 3rd annual event and at this time they are very close to reaching their goal of raising $200,000. Click here to contribute and find more ways to volunteer in the future.
If Spring Break is coming to a beach near you, will you be ready?
It may be quiet at the beach right now, but whether its Spring Break, an incoming convention, a seasonal shift in occupancy, or just a busy weekend, don't get caught with vacant rooms due to a missing or malfunctioning room phone, a broken handset cord, or beverage spill on the phone. Now is the time to avoid Out-Of-Order (OOO), or Out-Of-Service (OSS) rooms by ordering spare and replacement room phones. Click here to request a phone quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.