HSG Holding has acquired IT Hospitality Group (www.IT-Hospitality.com) in a definitive agreement that launches a rollout of investments in the global Hospitality Industry. This property will be will allow the management of IT Hospitality Group to better support the extended market expansion in the region, establish new offices and provide more services to its customers.

HSG Holding has announced the acquisition of IT Hospitality Group (ITHG), a market leader in integrated IT solutions and infrastructure in Africa and the Middle East. With this acquisition, HSG Holding enters the hospitality arena as an investment vehicle to strengthen the development of companies in the industry in the post-Covid 19 pandemic.

HSG Holding was created to focus on investment opportunities in the hospitality sector at the crossroads where the strength of traditional hospitality operations meets new technologies that can help in the digital transformation of the industry. Technology is playing a much larger role in the industry and is quickly becoming a critical aspect of hotel operations. The company believes in long-term investment as it sees great opportunities for growth in the Middle East region and beyond.

Helping the hospitality industry with its digital transformation

For more than a decade, ITHG has designed and implemented integrated networks, guest entertainment platforms, connectivity solutions, telephony, digital signage and video surveillance in more than 200 hotels and 75,000 hotel rooms across the Middle East region. Close to the rooms (75,000 hotel rooms). Long-term partnerships with Accor, Marriott, Radisson and Hilton, among others, are a strong reflection of the ITH team’s depth of experience and understanding of the local environment, as well as the technical challenges facing their clients, especially in the post-pandemic era.

Today’s guest is looking for seamless connectivity, whether traveling for business or pleasure. They’ve grown accustomed to living in a highly connected world and accessing everything they need through their mobile phones, and expect the same stress-free, connected experience wherever they are. By working closely with its customers, ITH is able to provide tailor-made solutions tailored specifically to individual customer requirements, enabling each hotel to offer guests a high-quality experience in the region.

“Strong networks and the ability to implement the latest wired and wireless technologies are what give our customers an edge over the competition. This means guests staying at their hotels can effortlessly connect to the Internet, access streaming services like Netflix, and even call the concierge from their mobile device, rather than relying on in-house phone services. The hotel’s guest relations team can welcome guests and inform them of available services and activities, as well as updated arrival and departure times at the airport, through in-house advertising and promotions at various dynamic information points,” says Olivier Ennion, Managing Director IT Hospitality Group.

“As we continue to strengthen and develop our relationships with our partners, we are expanding our support and service offerings for these networks across a larger geographic area. This acquisition of HSG Holdings means that we can accelerate our own development to be able to provide an even better service to our customers by expanding our current 12 locations in the region to additional territories, bringing us closer to our customers to provide more direct assistance on measures of necessity,” Henyon continues.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of IT Hospitality Group.

About HSG Holding:
HSG Holding, backed by a multinational asset manager, is a newly formed investment firm specializing in the hospitality industry and focused on acquiring technology companies that will help its clients meet the next challenges of the industry.

About IT Hospitality Group:
Founded in 2009, today with the goal of creating an environment in which the IT integration process for hotel groups is the simplest of tasks. ITHG professionally designs, integrates, integrates and supports wired and wireless infrastructure services for hospitality groups in the Middle East and Africa. By delivering bigger and better infrastructure to their customers, they can offer hotel guests the full power of the latest technology and support the ever-increasing number of devices and bandwidth usage. The company has nearly 15 offices and service centers in Central Africa, making IT Hospitality the only IT integrator to provide such coverage to support hotel developments. ITHG’s values ​​are based on creativity, adaptability and support.

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