While QR code technology is certainly useful in and of itself, it also has great use when put to work in specific industries. This is especially true of specialty QR code – codes that can be programmed to do very specific things to fulfill very specific purposes. One such industry that can become more efficient from QR codes is the hospitality industry.

The hospitality industry can greatly benefit from the use of QR codes placed throughout the hotel. Codes could, perhaps, be in hotel suites, allowing guests to simply scan a code if they needed room service. Not only could this technology be used to order room service, it could also be used to get a menu emailed right to your guest’s phone.

QR codes can also be used to attract guests to your hotel. You can do this with simple QR codes that bring the potential guest to your website upon scanning the code, or you can be even more innovated – perhaps a Tag2video code that enables them to get a virtual tool of one of your suites sent right to their phone.

There are many different ways in which QR codes can be used in the hospitality industry. It just takes a little bit of creativity to discover the many uses and functions of this highly-effective technology.

Author's Bio: 

Chris Jenkin, chief executive officer of Gotcha! Mobile Solutions, has always shown a key sense of business intelligence and an unmatched ambition for success. Studying at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Jenkin has been an entrepreneur since college, always looking to dedicate himself to bigger and better ventures. Jenkin is connected with more than 25 associations and has over 10 awards and accolades for his entrepreneurial and business acumen. Jenkin’s latest construction, Gotcha! Mobile Solutions, provides cutting-edge mobile marketing technology that rides the waves of the future. Gotcha! sells by way of promotional products distributors, and provides innovative mobile solutions including mobile messaging, QR code technology, mobile Smartsites® and smartphone app development. Jenkin is a well-traveled man, being the son of a Foreign Service officer. He’s traveled and lived all over the world and currently operates Gotcha! Mobile Solutions out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.