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Why Hospitality CIOs Should Care About the Connected Smart Home

Date published:

March 5, 2018


  • Larry Fretz

IoT-connected smart-home technologies are maturing and with increased adoption, your hotel guests will soon be expecting them in their guest room too. CIOs are uniquely positioned to be involved in the identification, technical implementation, and commercial operation of new client-facing in-room products and guest room strategies to drive product improvements, improve customers’ experience, and increase revenue.

The “States” of Online Gaming in the United States

Date published:

July 20, 2017


  • Eric Dolinar

  • Larry Fretz

  • Tim Lawless

While there are mixed reviews of the success of real-money online gaming, casino operators have continued to post increasing revenues since the initial regulatory changes four years ago. Operators outside of the three legalized states, and especially Pennsylvania, should begin examining the regulatory frameworks of regulated jurisdictions, operator successes, and operator failures, as many legislation changes are expected in 2017.