HFTP International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame
Innovative developments and applications in technology have propelled the hospitality industry forward, enhancing guest services and improving management tools. These developments were the result of hard work and creative thinking by a few people who had the vision to see what technology could mean to the future of the hospitality industry. These pioneers knew that new tools could be developed that would change forever the way their industry responded to challenges.
In recognition of these visionaries and their impact on the hospitality industry, HFTP established the International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame in 1989.
The International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame is HFTP’s highest level of recognition in the area of technology. Since 1989, 45 individuals have received this award as a reflection of their contributions to the hospitality industry. Hall of Fame members have been selected by their peers as representing the best in innovation and application and as leaders in their profession.
Nomination Deadline: April 19, 2021
Support Material Deadline: May 3, 2021
In addition to completing the nomination form, each nomination must be accompanied by nomination support material. Details on the type of material are outlined in the online nomination form (linked above). Materials are to be delivered to the HFTP Communications Department by the stated deadline -- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the 2020 Inductees
Michael Blake, CAE
Blake, CEO of Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG), was recognized for his experience and leadership in promoting hospitality innovation and technology.
Roelings, owner and CEO of HospitalityNet.org, was recognized for building a comprehensive digital platform for broad distribution of industry news and commentary.
Michael Levie, CHTP
Scot Campbell, CHTP
Michael Schubach, CHAE, CHTP
Frank Wolfe, CAE
Cindy Estis Green
A.L. (Tom) Giannoupolos
Eric B. Orkin
John F. Davis
Robert S. Bennett
Jules Sieburgh, CHTP