This, and every year, Cetis is very thankful for our amazing employees and partners. With distribution centers in the Americas, China, Dubai, and the United Kingdom, along with our extensive partner network, reaching all corners of the globe requires constant communication and cooperation. We collaborate on a daily basis to work through differences in language, time, and currency, and provide quality Cetis products anywhere in the world. Servicing over 30 million hotel phones globally and maintaining a debt-free status would not be possible without the support of our staff and business partners. Thank you, to everyone that takes part in making our business a success. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
Visit with the Cetis EA and NEC EMEA teams at Food Hotel Tech, November 28-29, Stand D12.
Visit with the Cetis EA, Ltd. and NEC EMEA teams at the 2017 Food Hotel Tech show, November 28-29 at the Paris Event Center. See the latest Cetis hotel phone and NEC Smart Hospitality solutions in Stand D12. Food Hotel Tech has selected the major players in technological innovation in the Hotel and Catering industry to provide the opportunity to meet them at their stands, through numerous conferences and round tables of experts, and at events on the Salon. Click here to request a meeting with the Cetis EA team.
FOOD HOTEL TECH du 28 au 29 Novembre 2017 à Paris Porte de la Vilette
Venez nombreux visiter notre stand situé à l¹emplacement D12,
afin de découvrir nos solutions innovantes en matière de téléphonie. Obtenez votre badge d¹accès gratuitement grâce au code FHTNEC en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous:
Give your guests the convenience of USB smart device charging.
Give your guests the low-cost convenience of charging their smart devices almost anywhere on the property with USB Series, the most versatile charging stations in hospitality! You may also easily upgrade your existing Ash or Black room phones for in-room guest charging. No need to unplug your room phone, or get out a screwdriver or pliers. Simply release the convenient adhesive strip and place the UCD100 charging station beneath your in-service room phone, plug in the wall adapter, and your guests are ready to charge their smart mobile devices via two built-in USB ports...one on either side of the unit. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
NEW! Act now and save with this limited-time offer.
Act now to order your new Teledex M Series Standard analog corded phones with LED Clock upgrade. This is a limited time Clock upgrade offer available through January 31, 2018. M Series Standard phones are also equipped with built-in USB charging ports, patented OneTouch voice mail retrieval, and optional crystal plastic faceplates.
Click here for product details, or here to complete the form. Enter Promo Code MSC123117 in the Request box of the form.
Six signs that your room phones are out-of-date.
Submitted by Adam McMullen, Assistant Marketing Manager, Cetis, Inc.
Hotel guests have increasingly rigorous standards when choosing a place to stay during travel. In fact, with the advent of alternative lodging options, today's traveler may have even higher expectations when they are choosing a hotel. Both business and personal travelers have come to expect that even the most inexpensive hotels should offer what they consider standard amenities like free wifi. Many also expect the guest room décor and technology to be as current as possible. Knowing this, most hotels have equipped their rooms with flat screen tvs, modern furniture, and updated appliances, but have often skipped updating the room phone. But room phones should also be viewed as a décor piece and updated just as often, if not more often than other in-room appliances. And because guest room phones are required for emergencies, enhance guest services, and provide a convenient communications tool for the guest that does not have (or chooses not to use) a cell phone, updating the room phone is good business. Yes, it may be tough to decide when is the right time to update the room phone, but hopefully 6 Signs Your Guest Room Phone is Out-Of-Date can help highlight early trouble signs, and help prevent guest complaints and dissatisfaction that could lead to decreased bookings. Click on the each sign below to read a quick summary:
Sign #1: Discoloration - Is your guest room telephone the oldest thing in the room? If not, does it still look like the oldest thing in the room?
Sign #2: Tangled Cords - A dirty, discolored old room phone with a tangled handset cord is bound to lead to frustrated guests, and perhaps a failed inspection, and negative social reviews.
Sign #3: Malfunctioning LED Lamps - Whether they stop lighting up completely, or stop turning off when the indicated feature is deactivated, a malfunctioning LED light in the guest room is an inconvenience to the guest as well as the hotel staff.
Sign #4: Worn Buttons - Due to repeated use and cleaning, printed numerical buttons on a room phone may begin to wear over time.
Sign #5: Faceplate Corrections or Edits - If the information is no longer correct or the faceplate has been defaced, your guest could be required to waste a trip down to the front desk with questions or complaints.
Sign #6: Stains - Phones get spilled on, sneezed on, and even colored on by guests...which can cause them to stick out as one of the most unsanitary appliances in the room.
SOHO Grand Hotel purchases space-saving Teledex E Series phones.
The Soho Grand Hotel, 310 W. Broadway, New York City, has purchased 380 contemporary, micro-footprint Teledex E Series E100 single-line analog hotel phones through Cetis partner Hotel Communication Supply, Inc. Opened on August 4, 1996, the Soho Grand Hotel is famous for establishing itself as Manhattan’s first luxury downtown boutique hotel, located alongside world renowned art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. To book reservations, call 212-965-3000 or visit the hotel website. Contact Hotel Communication Supply at +1.954.332.6535, or click here to request a quotation for phones for your next property renovation or new construction project.