REACH is specialised software for hospitality environments, which provides a simplified User Interface (UI) and editing tool. This software solution organises and displays content, such as hotel information, images and logos, using existing coax infrastructure.
The REACH Server is a dedicated server for using the REACH software solution, which provides a flexible User Interface (UI). REACH Server provides a straight-forward way to manage several hundred hospitality displays remotely from one central location.
REACH is designed exclusively for hospitality businesses to help create a more cost-efficient room display management.
Manage hospitality displays using existing infrastructure
A look at the current IT infrastructure situation in the hotel industry reveals 95 percent of hotels utilise coaxial cables.
Typically, property managers enlist personnel to visit every guest room to perform system upgrades, set changes and other maintenance. Manually updating each TV throughout the property consumes valuable labour and operational costs. A manual process requires additional equipment and maintenance, contributing to continually rising costs associated with digital TVs (DTVs) on properties
No need – SCS provide the comprehensive service you need to create your content, helping you choose the right look and feel for your business and making sure that all your content is up-loaded ready for the installation. We can even provide you with a comprehensive support contract that includes regular up-dating of information, changes to content and remote access support for complete piece of mind.
Companies save labour costs by eliminating the need to visit each room individually to perform firmware and software upgrades.
Property managers can deliver marketing messages and weather information to a specific room or event group without interrupting TV content.
Hotels can cater to guests’ needs and deliver an enhanced guest experience.
By implementing the Samsung LYNK REACH solution, hotels can experience advanced features without purchasing expensive STBs or installing IP networks.