Millennium Hotels and Resorts wins award at Smart SMB Summit & Awards

The property won the Best Digital Transformation in Hospitality award at the ceremony

 Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa’s CEO, Kevork Deldelian received the award
Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa’s CEO, Kevork Deldelian received the award

Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa won the Best Digital Transformation in Hospitality at Smart SMB Summit & Awards.

The group was awarded based on parametres like technologies used, vision and scale of deployment, pioneering aspect of the deployment, completion and proven benefits to business and workforce, clarity of future relevance, interoperability with future deployments.

Upon receiving the award, Millennium Hotels & Resorts Middle East & Africa’s CEO, Kevork Deldelian said: “It is an honour to have won the Best Digital Transformation in Hospitality Award at the Smart SMB Summit & Awards. This testifies our commitment to offering our guests and the industry with services that are in trend and are tech-enabled too.”

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