Digital transformation is revolutionising the hospitality industry, paving the way for streamlined revenue management, enhanced guest experiences, and more efficient staff operations. Hotels and serviced apartments are now embracing specialised software to stay ahead in the game.
But why should you consider a platform approach instead of sticking to your legacy property management system?
The pandemic has further emphasised the need for agile adaptability and avoiding vendor dependency. While many organisations still rely on legacy systems and all-in-one solutions, the rise of SaaS applications showcases the advantages of a platform approach, regardless of company size.
The potential pitfalls of legacy and all-in-one systems
The game-changing concept of composable hospitality
Real-life examples of hoteliers succeeding with the platform approach
The essential questions you need to ask before implementing a new property management platform
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