IT Hospitality opens new office in Dubai to expand presence
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IT Hospitality opens new office in Dubai

22 Sep 2021 (Last Updated September 22nd, 2021 05:38)

With the opening, IT Hospitality now has offices and service centres in six locations in Africa and the Middle East.

IT Hospitality opens new office in Dubai
IT Hospitality expands its footprint with a new office in Dubai. Credit: Pexels from Pixabay.

IT Hospitality, an IT solutions integrator for hotel groups, has opened a new office in Dubai during the recent Arabian & African Hospitality Investment Conference (AHIC).

The move further expands its presence to the Middle East and will help it to cater to the hospitality companies operating in the region.

As an IT solutions integrator, IT Hospitality delivers wired and wireless infrastructure services for hotels.

The company expects that the opening of the new office will enable it to deliver better support to hotel groups such as Accor, Hilton, Marriott, Radisson and other companies.

IT Hospitality managing director Olivier Hennion said: “Our vision is to create an environment where the process of IT integration for Hotel Groups is the simplest of tasks.

“By expanding into the Middle East we add another strategic hub to our regional and continental setup to better serve and support our growing number of customers and installations in the region.

“It will enable IT Hospitality to design, integrate, bundle and support wired and wireless infrastructure service to even more Hotel Groups across Africa and the Middle East.”

Currently, IT Hospitality has offices and service centres in six locations in Africa and the Middle East.

IT Hospitality business development director Frederic Van Lennep said: “Dubai is a very important regional hub for the Middle East and the whole sub-continent.

“Our office here will offer us a strong foothold into the Middle East to develop pipeline projects with our partners in the region whilst also being able to support existing and operating hotels.”