Recent Posts by Emily Marchbanks

 
Emily serves as Executive Vice President of Marketing for Allbridge, formerly Bulk TV & Internet, DCI and EthoStream. In this role, Emily oversees all integrated marketing and brand initiatives, strategy, and execution for Allbridge. She is responsible for brand awareness and positioning, corporate communications, and outbound and inbound lead generation through all channels. Emily joined Bulk TV & Internet in 2008 as a Marketing Specialist and was instrumental in the establishment of the brand within the hospitality and healthcare markets. Prior to Bulk TV, she worked for an association management company marketing membership and sponsorships as well as planning national conferences and trade shows. Emily received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from the University of South Carolina. Additionally, she received a minor in Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management.

Four Steps to Buying Hospitality Technology

Investing in any kind of technology can be a difficult decision. By performing due diligence, assessing options, and taking your time, you can find the right solution for your hotel. Are you thinking about investing in a new hospitality technology solution? If so, keep these four steps in mind as you begin the process.

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A High-Level Overview of Wi-Fi Implementation at a Senior Living Community

Not too long ago, a high-speed Internet connection wasn’t a top priority for senior living communities. Fast-forward to today, and senior living communities are seeing more move-ins from Baby Boomers and members of Generation X—and these groups are much more technologically inclined.

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Why HSIA is Critical to Improve Your Hotel’s Guest Experience and Guest Satisfaction Scores

In the digital age, the Hospitality industry is becoming more competitive than ever before. Guests’ expectations are constantly changing, and to grow your business, you need to differentiate your property from the competition. It can be valuable to meet and exceed expectations by offering exemplary experiences in every interaction.

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Senior Living Technology: Quick Tips to Consider

If you've ever searched for a managed Wi-Fi, video, or voice provider for a senior living community, you're probably aware that there are many options available to provide these services to residents and staff. Considering that these systems are a significant investment for your property, it's in your best interest to do your due diligence and research the available solutions, as well as find a provider that can customize and support a solution to meet the unique needs of your community and residents, now and in the future.

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Allbridge and VTech Partner Together to Enhance In-Room Voice Experiences

When you think about the latest technology in the Hospitality industry, usually things like high-speed Internet, Wi-Fi, over-the-top content, video, IPTV, and other similar technologies pop into your mind.

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Key Considerations for Marriott GPNS Compliance

Guest Wi-Fi is the number one ranked property amenity among travelers, and with the proliferation of devices and streaming demands, network expectations continue to rise. Robust and dependable connectivity has become a top priority for most hotel brands.

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Crucial to the User Experience: Comprehensive Technical Support

In the event your system has an outage or simply isn’t working properly, do you have the resources on hand to rectify the problem internally? Or would you need to call in a hired hand?

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Webinar: Staff Safety Regulation

On August 27th, 2019, Allbridge presented a webinar in conjunction with TraknProtect to review new staff safety regulations going into effect across the United States. The regulations themselves vary across different jurisdictional areas and hotel brands, but the core requirement is that hotels must provide safety buttons to their in-room service employees. The buttons are to be utilized when the employee is presented with a situation where they feel unsafe.

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Do You Have the Right Internet Setup for Your Senior Living Community?

When we talk about residents of senior living in 2019, we’re referring to members of the baby boomer and Gen X generations. Baby boomers are much more technologically adept than their counterparts from a few decades ago. In fact, a recent Pew study found that 40 percent of seniors now own smartphones. More specifically, 59 percent of 65- to 69-year-olds and 49 percent of 70- to 74-year-olds are smartphone owners.  

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The Differences Between Hosted and Premise Voice Solutions

Are you happy with your Hospitality property’s voice solution? Or have you considered the benefits of upgrading to a new system?

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