Point of sale software doesn’t have to be complicated! In this article we’re going to take a look at the features your POS needs to successfully run your retail operations.
It’s not easy to choose a PMS. That’s why we created this infographic – to help you know what you need to in order to successfully choose the right one for your property. Need more information before you make your choice? Download our PMS buyer’s guide for more in-depth information.
Today we’re going to look at PMS security which, for the most part, is a pretty simple topic. However, there are a couple of aspects worth mentioning. Rather than turning this into a giant post on security best practices (you can find that elsewhere by doing a quick search), we’re going to talk about two of the most important security factors that concern the hospitality industry: User access control and PCI for credit card processing.
It’s been a couple of weeks since we had a new post in our PMS Buyer’s Guide series, so we’re due for another one. For those outside of the software industry, today’s post should peel back the curtain and be eye-opening to some of the industry’s inner workings.
When is the last time you read a manual for a piece of software you use in your personal life? Unless we miss our guess, the answer is probably…never. Spotify? Gmail? Dropbox? You don’t need to use a manual. How about your iPhone/Android? Nope. Did you ever think about why that is?
No matter what PMS software you choose, it is essential that it is able to link with other systems in your hotel. Interfacing a PMS with other hardware and software is one of the most powerful things you can do from an operational standpoint and as you’ll see it, can also positively impact the guest experience.
In our last post we talked about how your PMS should be customizable to your property-type. Today we’re going to cover the essential features your PMS must have. Modern PMS software is loaded with features – there are so many, in fact, that it wouldn’t be very prudent to list them all here. Instead we’re going to focus on the must-haves, the things your PMS absolutely needs to be able to do.
What features do you absolutely need in your PMS? In this blog post we’ll cover two of the most important so you select property management software that works well with your specific property. At the core, PMS software is designed to streamline basic operational tasks that need to be frequently completed by the front desk, sales team, management, and so forth.
Choosing the right PMS software for your property is no easy task. There are a lot of options on the market and it can be difficult to select the system that will work best for you. In fact, there are so many things to consider it’s hard to know where to even start. Don’t worry, we’re here to help.
Are you using your property management software to its full potential? It’s never quite enough to install enterprise-level software and hope for the best. Each system and each hotel is different, and it’s worth putting in a little extra effort to ensure the platform is being used at the highest level possible. In this article we’ll look at three things you can immediately put into action to help you get more from your property management software.