Saudi Arabia-based hotel operation and management company Mirada Group has utilised Hotelogix’s multi-property management system to digitise its businesses.
Hospitalitynet reported that deployment of the system called the Mobile Hotel PMS app will help Mirada Group to centrally control its group operations.
It will also enable the hospitality group to receive round-the-clock updates on the status of their hotels from across the globe.
As part of the deployment, Mirada Group has integrated the Hotelogix app with their preferred channel manager. The integration allows the company to comply with different government-prescribed platforms such as the National Tourism Monitoring Platform as well as Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority.
Mirada Group CEO Raid Abdullah said: “We migrated to the cloud with Hotelogix multi-property management system as the previous on-premises solution did not allow us to manage all properties centrally, compromising our ability to gain control over our business.
“Additionally, it could not integrate with a channel manager and didn’t help us comply with government regulations.”
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Mirada Group focuses on the use of improved hospitality technology solutions to expand its hospitality business and now plans to increase its portfolio to 26 properties in the coming years.
Raid added: “Hotelogix took all our properties to live in only 20-25 days with staff training, putting all our apprehensions at rest about the go-live timeline.
“We thank Hotelogix for providing a robust technology platform to achieve our goal of managing 26 properties in the next couple of years.”