Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 26, 2006
The French Quarter Inn, Charleston, SC, one of the highest rated hotels in the country based on guest satisfaction, has chosen InnFlux (http://www.innflux.com) as its guest Internet access provider.
“We searched high and low on the Internet and talked to industry veterans. We found only a handful of capable companies and InnFlux was the only one that absolutely no one had anything bad to say about,” remarked Paul Paez, IT consultant to the French Quarter Inn.
The InnFlux (http://www.innflux.com) service was installed in April, 2006, one week after the agreement was signed. Guests will experience both wired and wireless high speed Internet access that is both secure, and easy to use.
“The InnFlux staff, from sales and support, all the way to the CEO, has been extremely helpful and flexible to our above-average needs,” said Bernard Visscher, General Manager of the hotel. “We strive to exceed our guests’ expectations and InnFlux has certainly done that for us.”
Regarding the addition of the French Quarter Inn to its steadily growing base of hundreds of hotel customers, InnFlux CEO David Wieland commented, “We are delighted to be able to provide our service to the French Quarter Inn, whose standard of excellence is a perfect match to that of our company’s. We look forward to a long relationship with Bernard, Paul, and the rest of the French Quarter team.”
The French Quarter Inn (http://www.fqicharleston.com) has consistently been ranked in the top five among US hotels for guest experience and satisfaction, as reported by Tripadvisor.com, achieving the top position on more than one occasion.
InnFlux is a hospitality guest Internet access service provided by Tantus Networks, based in Chicago, IL. Servicing hundreds of hotels since its inception in 2002, InnFlux continues to lead the industry in terms of quality of tech support, quick installations, guest satisfaction, ease of use, and security. Visit http://www.innflux.com for more information, or call 312.850.3399 to speak with an InnFlux representative.
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