Published: June 19, 2008 www.b-eye-network.com
Hospitality Analytics 2.0 consolidates data across disparate systems and multiple locations into a single integrated source for comprehensive reporting, auditing and predictive analysis.
Agilysys, Inc. , a provider of innovative IT solutions, including specifically-designed hospitality software solutions, has announced the release of Hospitality Analytics 2.0, a made-for-hospitality business intelligence solution that consolidates data across disparate systems and multiple locations into a single integrated source for comprehensive reporting, auditing and predictive analysis.
Hospitality Analytics addresses the growing requirement for hospitality providers to leverage data as one of their most important business assets and enables hotel managers and business analysts to make up-to-the-minute fact-based decisions and capitalize on revenue opportunities. The solution identifies industry trends, improves business processes and uncovers risk areas that might otherwise go unchecked. Hospitality Analytics also removes the multitude of manual reports and spreadsheets - many of which contain errors, omissions or duplicate information - from the organization. Reports are up to date and can be saved as private or public or published as a dashboard for review by others.
Hospitality Analytics works with the InfoGenesis POS by Agilysys solution and the Stratton Warren System (SWS) inventory and procurement solution by Agilysys and will soon integrate with the company's property management solutions. The recent addition of an On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) cube for the SWS solution enables customers to analyze and track trends and costs in the inventory and procurement area of operations.
Hospitality Analytics is now available in a 'Software as a Service' (SaaS) model, allowing customers to pay for an ongoing subscription rather than having to purchase the software. Benefits include a lower entry price point and elimination of software maintenance and support.
"The latest version of Hospitality Analytics enables hospitality providers to turn predictive analysis into data-based business decisions," said Tina Stehle, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Agilysys Hospitality Solutions Group. "Reporting is meaningless unless it helps an organization achieve insight into its business and, as a result, maximize revenue. Hospitality Analytics gives management unprecedented support for their business and operations decisions, enabling them to see the 'big picture' and use that information to increase profitability and enhance guest service."
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