New Delhi, Dec 08 (ANI): Budget hospitality chain OYO and Telangana Government announced their intent to collaborate to develop the hospitality ecosystem in the state, on the sidelines of the inauguration of OYO's new Tech Development Centre. This facility in Hyderabad is designed as a cutting-edge in-house technology hub focused on developing innovative products for customers, partners and employees. National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management (NITHM) is in discussions to boost employability in the Hospitality sector by leveraging OYO's expertise in the hospitality segment to develop a hybrid learning program. Also in the works is an alliance with Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation (TSTDC) to maintain market and promote select properties under the corporation. OYO currently owns around 8,500-plus hotels in more than 230 cities within its network, through innovation in technology, training and strong brand recall. OYO is the global pioneer of a new business model that was developed in India, where-in the company partnered with hotels to standardise and transform their rooms to deliver a hassle-free experience to guests. It pioneered the use of technology in budget-hotel operations and created a new kind of a hospitality company.
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