Telecom Spending Trends in Hospitality Services Markets

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The U.S. hospitality segment has weathered a number of years of revenue decline due to threats of war and economic downturn and is now on the road to recovery. With the return of the business traveler, occupancy rates have surged and hotel players are seeking ways that would enable them to be competitive in the market place as well as provide for adequate differentiation. This study highlights the various operational trends taking place within the hospitality sector. In addition, the study analyzes telecom services spending trends by the hospitality industry.

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Telecom Spending Trends in Hospitality Services Markets , Hospitality Services Vertical: Trends in Telecom SpendingResearch OverviewExecutive SummaryResearch Scope and DefinitionsHospitality Services Vertical: Overview & AnalysisHospitality Vertical OverviewTechnology Adoption TrendsKey Hospitality Transmission TechnologiesBroadband Deployment and Adoption TrendsMarket DriversMarket ChallengesTelecom Services Spending ProjectionsMarket ForecastsConclusionMarket Outlook

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