Intelity, creator of the most widely used digital guest service platform for the hospitality industry, announced today the addition of two new members to its Executive Committee.
Dennis Martin joins the company’s headquarters in Orlando as Senior Vice President of Global Sales, and Kurt Bradshaw steps into the role of Vice President of Strategic Partnerships while based in Washington, D.C. The two of them have more than four decades of combined experience in sales, marketing and business development in the technology and innovation sectors.
David Adelson, Intelity President and CEO, said, “We are thrilled to hire both of these seasoned professionals to the team as we continue to see increased demand for guest service technology from the international hospitality industry. I’m confident that their proven leadership abilities will not only serve to assist as we look to make headway in new markets, but also will provide benefits as we reinforce our presence around the world.”
Prior to joining Intelity, Martin gained management experience in executive-level sales and marketing positions for companies such as Sonobi Media, Highwinds, and Canon, Inc, maximizing sales and performance of multiple departments. He will oversee worldwide sales and marketing efforts at the company’s five global offices with the goal of increasing profits, as well as implement new strategies that will solidify the company’s preeminent market position.
Bradshaw boasts an extensive background in hospitality technology digital marketing and business development, including as a vice president for TIG Global/MICROS eCommerce for more than a decade. While there, he managed a team of analysts and generated $800 million in eCommerce sales. He will leverage Intelity’s standing as an industry leader to establish and cultivate long-lasting relationships that will shape the company’s future offerings and expand revenue.
Intelity introduced its ICE (Interactive Customer Experience) guest service platform as the first of its kind designed exclusively for the hospitality industry, and it has since become the most widely used on the planet, with installations on six continents.
The company was the first to create and release a mobile app for a global hotel brand and currently also offers more guest service integrations with back-end hotel management systems, including PMS, POS and Room Controls, than any other company in the space.