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The Montecito Inn
Santa Barbara, California
Landmark Hotel streamlines business with WebRezPro™ Cloud-based property management system. Read More (.PDF).
Dunton Hot Springs
Rocky Mounatain Resport seeks flexible property management system that manages groups, activity bookings and complex packages. Read More (.PDF).
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Choosing the Right PMS
Local Versus Cloud Property Management Systems
"In the hospitality industry today, there are two main courses to property management: the well-travelled, familiar route via locally installed software, and the increasingly explored path through “the Cloud.” Cloud computing is a trend expanding across many industries, from technology to tourism, and the hospitality industry is no exception..." Read More (PDF).
Today's Hotel PMS
Changing the Way Hotels do Business
"Property management systems (PMSs) have become indispensable tools in
the challenging world of hotel management. From reservations to administration
(and these days, often beyond), PMSs are designed to manage the operations
of a complex hotel environment efficiently. And, as we know, efficiency
is the key. Without it, quality guest service and profits tend to check
out early..." Read
A Sophisticated and Affordable Cloud PMS for Properties of All Types
"Traditional, locally-installed hotel property management systems are powerful tools. They are also expensive and often complicated tools considering licensing costs and hardware and IT requirements. The investment makes sense for large hotel brands with big budgets, but for independent properties, the cost of a locally-installed PMS is often too steep... " Read More (PDF).