Information Technology in Hospitality (formerly the International Journal of Hospitality Information Technology) is a scientifically founded journal that seeks to publish articles in the field of hospitality information technology, a field that in the broadest sense draws upon the interface and impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the hospitality industry. Thus hotels, restaurants, resorts, leisure and full range of hospitality provision, management, and communication are considered, as is ICT use in hospitality learning, teaching, and training. Articles must be original work and cannot be published or considered for publication elsewhere. The intent of the journal is to serve as a medium through which both researchers and the hospitality industry may display and exchange ideas and develop the corpus of knowledge. The journal strives to keep its readers abreast of the latest developments in hospitality information technology by publishing articles of the highest possible standard. All research articles will be subject to double blind peer review involving the Editor or Depute Editor and at least three members of the Editorial Review Board. All articles will be judged primarily on their contribution to the corpus of knowledge in the field of hospitality information technology, the robustness of the methodological approach and on the clarity and structure with which the author conveys concepts, ideas, and technical information. The journal will also contain invited and reviewed industry contributions and more general information of use to the readership.