Five-star service: an interview with LateRooms.com CTO Stuart Hughes

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LateRooms.com CTO Stuart Hughes tells Danny Palmer how agile development, big data and a happy, motivated IT team are key to providing the best customer service to hotel room bookers

For LateRooms.com CTO Stuart Hughes, the customer is key. Hughes joined the hotel room booking specialist in October last year and has set out similar strategic objectives to those he advocated in his...

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