ACT International, the leading provider of information technology in the hospitality sector, announced its participation in “Africa Tomorrow” virtual conference, with the participation of a number of industry experts and partners who showcased and reviewed the future investment opportunities and trends in the African continent, and discussed the potential challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the conference, ACT International showcased its distinguished and successful experience as a pioneer in providing hospitality technology applications and solutions. It also showed its support for its clients in Africa by presenting a future view of hospitality technology, and in light of the repercussions of COVID-19 pandemic on the future technology trends.
Eng. Mohamed Tawfik, CEO of ACT International and Head of Hospitality, said: “ACT International is fully committed towards its customers in the African continent with providing them with the top-notch technology in the field of hospitality, tourism and travel.
Being the primary source of information technology in Africa’s hospitality sector, ACT has successfully handed over more than 1400 international projects in many languages, in addition to providing solutions enabling owners of hotels and restaurants to better provide services, as well as help them recover and grow during and after the coronavirus pandemic, across various fields and divisions, whether solutions for front offices, points of sale, back offices and human resources department.”
Tawfik added: “The ‘Africa Tomorrow’ virtual conference has featured unique insights delivered by more than 100 speakers in the industry, as well as provided networking opportunities with some of the most innovative brands in the field.
In addition, a virtual expo was held on the sidelines of the conference, titled ‘Hospitality Tomorrow 2020’, where exhibitors had the opportunity to meet in their virtual pavilions to showcase their latest projects and future offerings.”
Frank Wagner, Global Director of Sales– ACT International, said: “Given the new unprecedented challenges confronted by Africa’s tourism, hospitality and aviation sectors, ACT International was keen to participate in this event to unite the industry’s leaders and to encourage online networking for discussions on how we deal with the economic circumstances caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, while identifying the new partnerships needed for all types of industrial companies.”
Wagner added: “Through the virtual business conferences held in April and May 2020 alone, which saw the participation of more than 7,500 decision makers and company owners, we have successfully brought a carefully tailored platform for Africa’s travel, tourism, hospitality and aviation sectors for industry players to serve as a reference guide for the various applications and solutions and the latest technological findings.