Amazon’s Mike Murphy to speak at RedAwning conference

California: RedAwning has announced that Mike Murphy, Amazon’s head of Alexa smart properties, will join the lineup of speakers at the company’s inaugural partner conference in Sonoma in May. 

RedAwning is teaming up with Amazon Alexa for Hospitality in order develop the next RedAwning product, a smart concierge for vacation rentals. Murphy, a co-founder of Amazon Channels, will provide attendees with an exclusive update on Amazon’s Alexa for Hospitality technology and the company’s role in the vacation rental of the future concept.

RedAwning CEO and founder, Tim Choate, said: “We have a stellar line-up of speakers for our event this May and Mike Murphy will be a highlight for property managers eager to get insights into how this industry leader plans to extend their technology and merchandise strategies into the hospitality space.

“RedAwning has teamed up with Amazon to bring our property manager partners technological guest enhancements like the Smart Concierge, a pre-programmed Echo device that will make their businesses easier to run and their properties more pleasant to stay in.

“The device will be in all attendee rooms at the conference for testing. We are thrilled that Mike is joining us,” he added.

The RedAwning partner conference, which will be held from 8-10 May at the Fairmont Mission Inn and Spa, is free to RedAwning property managers on a space available basis.

The conference will aim to offer an unprecedented opportunity for RedAwning partners to meet with the company’s market management team, to attend a free digital marketing workshop hosted by RedAwning’s digital marketing department, Blizzard Internet Marketing, and to learn more about its expanding suite of solutions including promotional programmes, revenue management programmes, online distribution strategies and book direct marketing.

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