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London hotel switches to cloud-based PMS and sees revenue rise by 40%  

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London-based Tudor Court Hotel has seen its revenue rise by 40% following the adoption of a new cloud-based Property Management System.

The Victorian-listed, 36-bedroom hotel has partnered with Hotelogix to automate operations, saving time and allowing staff more time to concentrate on the customer.

As well as a 40% rise in revenue, comprising of 30% increase in OTA booking and a 10% increase in direct booking, Kazi Rahman, general manager at Tudor Court Hotel said that overbooking and operational errors have been eliminated.

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Prior to installing the Hotelogix system, Tudor Court Hotel was running the property’s operations using an on-premise PMS.

“The PMS was not connected to a channel manager which is one of the most operationally imperative features for today’s hotel operations. It also didn’t allow us to set up multiple POSs. To be very precise, it restricted our growth in many ways,” said Rahman.

Speaking about the reason behind selecting Hotelogix, he said: “We wanted a cloud-based PMS that could help us automate operations so that we could save time to serve our clients more efficiently. Plus, we also wanted a PMS that could help us with a seamless and real-time distribution of rates and rooms across OTAs. And our search ended with Hotelogix.”

Aditya Sanghi, co-founder & CEO at Hotelogix, said: “We clearly understand that today’s hyper-competitive hotel business and the whole digital travel have made on-premise PMS completely irrelevant. We are committed to providing a smooth transition to Hotelogix and be the ‘partner-in-growth’ for our customers.”

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