In every passing moment, the hospitality sector will recall cloud telephony services as modern fairy tale wings to its traditional approach.
Undoubtedly, the cloud is a lift-up wing in a world of hype VS hope. The combination exaggerates the service level of any sector with a logical binding. The marketplace is always expanding from the food chain to logistics, from retail to any other industry segments, but it does not offer an elevator easily. There’s a cloud with its typical identities such as cloud computing, cloud telephony, cloud databases; it is all about transforming a plastic economy towards business intelligence.
At the very beginning, when first come to the decade of cloud computing, adopting the sense of cloud telephony was a hypothetical interpretation that based on multiservice purpose fulfils the need of business and the most important purpose to provide attention to every consumer, internal or external stakeholder so that a despite delivering a product or service, the sector will be able to deliver an experience and that is something today’s business world needs.
The hospitality sector is itself plays a key role in India as India’s signature identity relies on its core ethics of hospitality. But whereas India’s Government and outflows of foreign FDI is the father of the Indian Hospitality Sector, that gives the height of newly grown-up tourism sphere, food, and beverage identity; the software as a service, the cloud, and cloud telephony is the mother of the sector growth giant that gives the weight to it.
Communication, improving service and products as per the demand, identifies the trend, and identifies the new trend for the upcoming age is the first specialty of cloud telephony as an informational database. The information store, the global information giant, through its feature like call recording, tracking, analytics within a single platform with a streamlined communication identity, cloud telephony in India is a catalyst that can turn catastrophe into strength.
The pandemic has created a slowdown in the hospitality sector. After the ‘new normal’ situation, the world will witness massive ‘next to normal’ or ‘post new normal’ symptoms, where identifies a trend will not be enough, especially for the hospitality sector. After the pandemic, the country will experience a drastic change in its global business policy, even changes in foreign exchange rules and ratio; automatically, national import-export will experience a jerk to inject new blood into the country’s business scenario for the necessary removal of the slowdown pace. With the growing global business, India’s hospitality sector will turn towards a plastic to the green economy. In that case, the hospitality sector must be a trendsetter. It depends on how it can use the software as a service and analyse or interpret data to bring a different outlook.
Undoubtedly, communication lifts by cloud telephony; delivering and holding the right experience is an easy-going part now; but constant evolution of cloud telephony, such as PBX to PDX, PDX to the cloud may help to draw the model, able to create a differentiation in a product that automatically accelerates service, from service to platform. The IVRS will modify with time, and the whole cloud telephony will take new add-on features just not for a supplement substitute or to add a value-added service through its feature; for being a trendsetter that can create multiple trends in the hospitality sector. At the age where software as a service is in a tremendously progressive mood, there is no definitive version in cloud telephony as it will update itself in countless ways with the upcoming age, and that is what, Indian Hospitality sector demands!