• If you operate a hotel, restaurant, airline, casino, stadium or any other travel and hospitality outfit and intend to stand a chance against your tech-savvy competitors; then prepare yourself for a digital awakening. Because, regardless of where technology leads the travel industry this next year, it’s important for  companies to remain in the know of the latest and greatest offerings and services available to their clients – especially with the rise of traveling millennials and tech-savvy consumers that are seeking vacation planning advice, expertise and knowledge.   While the travel and hospitality industries are about one-on-one guest services, there are now more self-service options. From check-ins to concierge and housekeeping requests, hotel chains like Marriott, Starwood, Hilton, and IHG are building apps that essentially let clients stay at a hotel without having to interact with staff. The same goes for airlines and airports, where you can even now tag your own luggage in addition to doing almost everything on your phone, including rebooking a missed connection. On a similar note, companies now store and analyze frequent guest preferences through apps and websites to deliver a much more personalized experience. Similarly, Virtual Reality is now helping armchair travelers explore faraway destinations and instill wanderlust to book actual travel.   Swimming amidst this huge technological wave, many organizations fail to get a foothold and are often washed ashore. Truly comprehending this predicament; we at CIOReview bring to you a list of ‘20 Most Promising Travel and Hospitality Solution Providers’. Closely scrutinized by a distinct panel of judges including CEOs, CIOs, CXO, analysts and the CIOReview editorial board, these vendors can be rest assured to guide you through the unsure waters of the technological transformation that the Travel and Hospitality domain is going through.