Hotel Tech Report is the premiere global research platform for buyers and sellers of hotel technology. At its core, Hotel Tech Report collects data from vendors and users to deliver actionable insights across the hotel technology value chain. The vendor web app and public facing website serve as the core of data collection and distribution.
To vendors we provide dynamic and interactive lead generation tools, research and insights that help them better understand their respective markets and buyers. For tech buyers, we provide highly targeted content centered on unbiased reviews to help them make better decisions while saving time researching and vetting technology vendors.
Unfortunately, the stigma around a lack of innovation in the hotel industry has gone mainstream with the rise of AirBnB. Together we can and will change the course of the industry forever to unlock value for owners, create engaging workplaces for staff and incredible travel experiences for guests.
Technology is the great enabler, we have 1,000+ vendors in our database and that's growing by the day. TripAdvisor had an incredible impact on the hotel industry creating transparency and accountability that built unprecedented trust between guests and hotels to make travel more accessible and Hotel Tech Report envisions a world where technology is accessible and easy to understand for hoteliers so that they can make better (and faster) buying decisions.
About Jordan Hollander, Co-Founder
Jordan was previously on the Global Partnerships team at Starwood Hotels & Resorts. There he was responsible for optimizing the award winning SPG loyalty program’s experiential marketing initiatives and executing next generation strategic partnerships. His notable work includes a full segmentation of the SPG Moments user base and the synthesis of multiple data sources (cross functional and external) to develop a partnership benchmarking KPI toolkit that guides effective resource allocation and macro strategy within the hotel industry's top rated loyalty program.
Prior to his work with SPG, Jordan was Director of Business Development at MWT Hospitality where he co-lead due diligence for a real estate private equity deal pipeline >$120M and oversaw capital investments of $3M annually for a portfolio of 500 hotel rooms nationwide ranging from upper midscale to luxury properties.
Before entering real estate private equity he spent years as an equity analyst for the top performing Pelican Small Cap Value Fund (>$2B AUM, now Sapience Investments). There he was responsible for investment research within consumer and technology sectors. Jordan's coverage included major investments such as SIX, DNKN, BID, AVID, OMX and TRIP.
Jordan received his MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management where he majored in finance and marketing. While at Kellogg Jordan was a Zell Scholar and Pritzker Group Venture Fellow. He also holds a Bachelors degree from Williams College with a double major in Philosophy and Political Science.
- Read Jordan's viewpoints on Tnooz
- Open Letter to Hotel Tech CEO's
- Featured on the SiteMinder Blog
- Featured on the Mews Blog
- Featured on Podcast with Snapshot
- Jordan's articles on Hotel Tech Report
In his free time you'll usually find Jordan out surfing under the Venice pier, hiking in Malibu, volunteering with Best Buddies California or skydiving over Lake Elsinore (that's him below!).
Adam began his career in hotel operations at Jackson Hole based Terra Resort Group where he oversaw the day-to-day operations of the portfolio’s premier four diamond property, Hotel Terra. He later joined the company’s development team where he executed several multi-million dollar property renovations. Adam later worked in Product Marketing at Checkmate Technologies where he developed the company’s go-to-market strategy for one of the industry’s leading guest messaging platforms which was later acquired by TrustYou. Adam also co-founded digital concierge startup CityKey which received funding from Pritzker Group Venture Capital and the Zell Entrepreneurship Foundation. Adam is a graduate of Williams College, holds a certificate in product management from Product School and has an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business.