Graham Dimond of IHS Global Alliance sits down with us at our 2018 ALSD International event in London to break down how his company adds levels of convenience, function, and form to its product offerings for premium spaces.
Ahead of his panel covering pricing and procurement best practices in sports and entertainment venues at the recent 2018 ALSD International event, Graham Dimond of IHS Global Alliance sat down with us in London to break down how his company's product offerings add levels of convenience, function, and form to premium spaces.
Dimond details IHS Global Alliance’s current focus on integrating technology into product, including its RFID tracking abilities, so sports properties are always aware of where their products are at any one time.
He also demonstrates IHS’ eye towards sustainability, illustrated by its pioneering battery technology incorporated into mobile live-cooking stations, allowing chefs to cook for longer periods of time untethered to power, potentially saving millions of dollars a year in operating costs.
IHS’ innovative solutions can be found in hotels, conference and events centers, as well as sports facilities (including Mercedes-Benz Stadium) around the world. Whatever the venue, IHS always looks beyond the spreadsheet, bringing the chef vision and guest experience to life.