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HRAWI & Ingram partnership to propel hospitality into tech-driven future
Thursday, 18 January, 2024, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
The Hotel And Restaurant Association (Western India) – HRAWI has taken a leap into the future with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ingram Micro India Private Limited, a subsidiary of the leading global technology organisation - Ingram Micro based in the US.

The collaboration brings together HRAWI's influential presence in the hospitality sector and Ingram Micro's diverse solutions portfolio, for leading-edge advancements in technology and business practices. Ingram Micro, with its expansive range of advanced and speciality solutions; cloud services, mobility solutions and IT Asset Disposal capabilities, is expected to contribute significantly to the digital transformation of the hospitality industry. The strategic partnership will assist HRAWI in the following areas:
  • Co-creating and leading technology seminars with HRAWI for the hospitality industry
  • Creating awareness amongst hospitality members regarding Data Privacy issues, responsible disposal of e-waste and migration to cloud-based technologies, among others.
  • Providing and implementing a complete technology landscape for HRAWI members
  • Help members with due diligence and procurement of technology licences
  • Offer cost-effective technology solutions specifically for the members to get cost and timeline advantages
  • Provide friendly financing and leasing options for technology purchase and deployment to the members from time to time
“The collaboration with Ingram Micro is a testament to HRAWI’s commitment to harnessing new-age tech solutions and expertise for the betterment of our members in the hospitality industry. By joining forces, we aim to co-create and lead technology seminars that will empower our members with the latest global advancements in the sector. It also aligns with our commitment to creating a global circular economy through responsible disposal and reverse logistics. The partnership is not just about technology; it's about shaping the future of the hospitality sector through innovation, sustainability and enhanced business practices,” says Pradeep Shetty, president, HRAWI.
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