LEFCON, LLC Adds Two New Hotels to Portfolio in California

Top-Ranking Hospitality Support Company Grows Its Partnership With Sage Hospitality Group

USA, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. October 07, 2020

LEFCON, LLC, a top technology support company, is excited to announce the expansion of its business partnership with Sage Hospitality Group, one of the nation's top hospitality management, investment and development companies. LEFCON has been named the technology support partner for two of Sage's new management contracts in California; The Guild Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel and The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort and Spa.

Continuing a partnership of more than 20 years in this role for Sage, LEFCON will support developments in infrastructure for both hotels, improving speed, performance and usability for the teams on property. LEFCON will also act as the hotels' 24/7 technology support partner, proactively addressing issues and managing day-to-day troubleshooting to keep these California hotels successfully running for their guests.

The Guild Hotel is a reimagination of the iconic historic Armed Services YMCA building in the heart of downtown San Diego. The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort and Spa is located in Sonoma Valley and features a new restaurant concept called Wit & Wisdom and a full service hotel spa. Sage Hospitality Group is a national hospitality company known for their hotel and restaurant management, real estate development and creative placemaking and brand development.

"LEFCON has been partnering with Sage for years and we are excited to expand our portfolio to these two distinct hotels in California," said James Lefcakis, president of LEFCON. "Our approach as a strategic partner in technology, combined with our speed of service has continued our growth with great hospitality companies as they acquire new contracts."

LEFCON was recently named to Inc. Magazine's Annual List of America's Fastest Growing Private Companies, the Inc. 5000. As the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies, the list represents a unique look at the most successful component within the American economy's most dynamic segment-its independent small businesses. This continued partnership with Sage Hospitality Group continues a successful growth trajectory for LEFCON, reflected in their Inc. 5000 ranking.

To learn more about LEFCON and their virtual technology solutions, visit www.lefcon.net.



Tags: hotel IT, hotel information technology, hotel tech

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Kate Davis
Public Relations
LEFCON, LLC
T: 720-514-1287
E: kate@kdbcandmarketing.com
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