10 06 2010 478

Keeping Archives

In our work, we are constantly confronted with history. Sometimes hotels have perfect archives. Sometimes, we are lost in time and space and have to organise an archive first, before we can start our research work.

Communication with the Future
Dear hotelier, are you aware that your hotel is either making history or that history is made at your hotel as we speak?
How do you record these events?
How well organised are your archives?

Please run through the following questions and let's check together if everything is all right:
Do you have one person assigned to organise and keep your hotel's archives?
Do you know what to keep?
Do you keep photographs of VIP arrivals and do you digitalize them?
In case of disaster do you store a copy of historically significant documents in a safe place outside of the hotel?
Are you keeping copies of your homepage or are they all lost once they are updated?
Are you filing copies of all menus of your restaurants?
Do you have an ideal place to store them?
Do you know how to archive such documents to keep them in mint condition?
Do you use filing systems that do not destroy documents within a few years?
Do you know how to organise a digital archive?

If you can answer all these questions with yes, we would like to know more about your archives.
If most of the answers are NO, we should be contacted. The Most Famous Hotels in the World (Famous Hotels) offers help.

We have established a highly efficient back-up concept and technique of archiving material of historical value. It saves your documents (jeopardized by time and climate) for ever. It saves space. It saves research time - you virtually have all your historical data to hand at the click of a mouse.
It gives you a better overview of your past.
It gives you a perfect timeline - what happened when?
It is easy to archive current affairs.
It gives every department a clear picture what to archive and when.
It gives you peace of mind when you think about that little room in the basement, or that locker in your office, where valuable historic documents are stored.
Read also: Turn History into a Profit Please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.



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