Ashford Prime Launches New App For REIT Investors
Tuesday April 15th, 2014 - 10:04AM M
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DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Prime, Inc. has launched the Ashford App, a new mobile app created for the hospitality REIT investor community.
The Ashford App offers users the ability to quickly and concisely get up to speed with what is happening in the hospitality REIT industry from a macro level as well as review detailed information on specific companies in the sector.
The app is currently available on the iOS platform for the iPhone and iPad, with a version for Android smartphones to follow in the near future. The new app is available for free download at Apple's App Store by searching "Ashford."
“Appreciating the increasing use of mobile technology by investors, we designed this app as a one-stop resource for everything associated with Ashford Hospitality Prime and its related companies as well as for the entire hospitality REIT sector,” stated Monty J. Bennett, Ashford Prime's chairman and CEO. “We are proud to offer the Ashford App, which is the first app of its kind for the hospitality REIT space and we hope investors find it to be a useful investment and research tool.”
With the Ashford App, users will have the ability to scan market and industry indexes, find relevant stock and financial information for hospitality REITs, and access other industry data and research while also being able to access Ashford Prime-specific data including financial data, investor data, news and press releases. The app will also allow users to receive push notifications related to Ashford Hospitality Prime and its related companies.
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