P&F Expands Philips Hospitality Portfolio
Monday July 1st, 2013 - 10:02AM VRD
| | | | | | | | | | |
These are shortcuts to your favorite social networking and bookmark sites. Add this story to your Facebook page, del.icio.us, DiggIt, and many others!
MINNEAPOLIS—P&F USA has plans to broaden its investment in the hospitality segment with several new innovations in the Philips Hospitality business portfolio.
Highlights of the new Philips hospitality line include eight CES Innovation awards, including two new soundbar solutions for in-room surround sound; picopix projectors; a full range of audio products with convenient docks for either Apple or Android products; and sound bar products designed to offer better in-room cinema experiences without wires or subwoofers. In addition, the company will offer integrated television solutions for DIRECTV or Sonifi properties; larger integrated television solution sizes, including 46 in.; edge and direct-lit LED products; Simply Straight mounts for fast and easy installation; and a full range of power surge and outlet adapter products.
“We are thrilled to be in the unique position to offer hoteliers the most complete selection of products for their in-room technology needs,” Todd Richardson, SVP of sales and marketing for P&F, exclusive licensee for Philips Hospitality in North America, said in a statement. “The addition of more 350 skus of innovative audio, video, accessory and app enabled products coupled with our existing line of integrated solutions, such as our X-Cite series of DIRECTV products, makes us a more valuable and complete partner for our customers. These new additions further our commitment of delivering products that offer operational excellence, sustainability and of course guest satisfaction for our customers.”
Tags: • Hospitality • Guest Facing • Suppliers • Trade Shows •
For the past few years, the talk of The Lodging Conference in Phoenix had been focused on the economic recovery, solid industry projections and “cautious optimism.” With the word cautious no longer necessary, the economic outlook took a backseat this year to the seemingly unending parade of new lifestyle brands.