Dallas Morning News: Vanessa Ogle went into creative overdrive when pandemic threatened her Plano tech company

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Dallas Morning News: Vanessa Ogle went into creative overdrive when pandemic threatened her Plano tech company

Plano-based Enseo has found new ways to keep hotel guests safe and expanded to safety programs for schools and senior centers.

Enseo had started 2020 with great expectations.

The company, which posted $60 million in sales last year, is the backbone technology for in-room entertainment, high-speed internet and touchless controls at nearly 2,000 hotel properties, including Hiltons, Marriotts and Intercontinentals.

Watch Netflix or other on-demand video services in your hotel room, listen to iHeart radio or order room service on your TV, conduct business on your laptop, close your blinds, adjust the room temperature or turn off lights via remote control, and you can thank Enseo for the guest-room convenience.

Ogle’s company has made Inc. magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies for the past four years. And major deals in the pipeline at the beginning of this year pretty much assured that Enseo’s 20th anniversary year would be a five-peat.

COVID-19 drove a stake into those expectations.

Read the full story at the Dallas Morning News