The dry and chilly winter wind is here to play havoc on your skin. With cracked lips, dull complexion and flaky skin; maintaining the natural glow all winter long may seem a dream and the winters a nightmare. …[Read More]
In today’s day and age, technology and hospitality cannot be thought of as separable. Not just the guests and the hotel staff but also the business numbers benefit from the technology platforms …[Read More]
Do you remember the crazy times spent in the school bus; the late nights when you studied for your exams; bunking the sleepy tuition classes or the mischiefs pulled in the college canteens? Do you miss attending the most boring lectures together, sleeping together, snoring together, being caught and punished together. Ferocious school fights; the back bench associations; college election campaigns, sports week and college festivals. Remember the good old days and the good old friends forever? So this August 2, when whole of India will be celebrating the friendship day, any plans, for this Sunday; your long, lost, forgotten, friendship day! Since the first time you stepped out of your home, friendship is the one bond that has stood forever with you, but asks nothing in return. Times good or bad; friend is the one who laughs at you, cries along, advises whether you like it or not, hears you, dances with you, scolds you, slaps you, hugs you; and there is no end to the true bond of friendship. But with expanding skylines, increasing distances, hectic schedules and tiring lifestyles; the forever friendships are fading at a fast pace. Often we wish to meet, relax and chill out; smile, laugh and cry; just like the old times; but such plans hardly transpire, in the end making the distance wider than ever. Relax. This rainy season of August, on the first Sunday; it’s time to sit over some strong adrak chai and spicy mouth savouring pakoras, and relish the good old times. Rather, better than before, it’s time to revive old bonds and make some new ones! So before this friendship day comes to an end, remember and marvel the great bond of friendship. Call the friend you have wanted to catch up with and recreate the best of moments, again. Because this friendship day is all about spreading the smile all over again. So smile, laugh and enjoy the friendship day as the old proverb states it best ‘If you see a friend without a smile; give him one of yours.’
The IT arm of HRH Group of Hotels, HRH InfoTech is busy widening its worldwide reach and visibility. Not too long ago, the team was invited by HATT Forum (Hospitality – Healthcare – Aviation – Travel & Tourism) and CeBIT India to a panel discussion on ‘Leveraging Digital to enhance customer experiences in the Hospitality Industry’. The event was held at White Orchid Convention Centre, Hebbal Road, Bengaluru – India on 12 June 2015. Mr. Vijay Choudhary, Head IT shared his experience on how technology, in today’s day and age, can help hospitality businesses achieve optimisation while enhancing customer experience simultaneously. Another key thought shared was how technology has become a growth catalyst for the hospitality sector thereby arriving at the vision behind HRH InfoTech.
The panel discussion was attended by several IT Heads of hospitality groups from Bangalore and was well received by the audience which comprised of top-notch hoteliers and the associated
HRH InfoTech, the IT arm of HRH Group of Hotels organised a session of HR software solution at Pacific University for its MBA (HR) students and HR faculties
On an invitation from Dr. Shankar Choudhary (Training and Placement Coordinator) Pacific University – Udaipur (PAHER), HRH InfoTech team comprising of Mr. Vijay Choudhary, General Manager IT, Mr. Ajay Nagar Manager HR, Mr. Rajendra Sharma Asst. Systems Analyst visited the campus of Pacific University.
HRH InfoTech with an objective of collaboration with Academia and to connect with future managers conducted an awareness programme. Mr. Vijay Choudhary led the way in sharing the vision of HRH InfoTech by means of a presentation on various software solutions. He covered how software enabled processes are playing a key role in enterprise HR management, touched various points including Employee Information Management, Talent Acquisitions, Compensation Administration and various Statutory Compliance Reports by adopting automated processes in terms of HR-Payroll software solution for a Centralized HR Department.
The session was well received as a great learning experience by all participating students and faculties. On this initiative Dr. B.P. Sharma, President of Pacific University (PAHER) met with the HRH team and expressed his gratitude towards HRH Group of Hotels and expected a continued industrial updates to their faculty team members as well as students. Mr. Sharma wished that Industry and academia join hands for filling the gap between talent and opportunity and continue the efforts for a win-win.
Udaipur first penetrated my conscious when I was a young teenager at boarding school in Winchester England. The geography teacher was a wise lady whom I respected greatly and she knew that I lived in India and thus she gave me the task of mounting a small exhibition of the journey our HM The Queen and HRH Prince Philip were making around India. …[Read More]
This June a short film called ‘The Mountain’ became the most viewed HD video on vimeo. It was probably our travel world’s first serious tryst with TimeLapse photography. With 18 million views, …[Read More]