[Research] myDigitalOffice launches free data resource

myDigitalOffice, a hotel information management and back-office automation platform for hotels, has launched the MAPP report (Market Analytics, Pace, and Performance), a free data analytics resource that enables hoteliers to identify forward-looking performance trends across their own portfolios and other markets, and visualize market recovery in real-time.

MAPP (Market Analytics, Pace and Performance) provides a guide to help hoteliers navigate today’s uncharted landscape. Leveraging forward-looking, aggregated and anonymized hotel and market-level performance metrics, hoteliers are enabled to make more strategic, data-backed business decisions much sooner. Powerful integrations allow users to access their own portfolio data instantly, eliminating hours of data manipulation and analysis. With the combination of hoteliers’ own portfolio data and broader, forward-looking market performance statistics, MAPP provides critical information for benchmarking and identifying demand trends to visualize market recovery in real-time.

Click here to access the daily report.

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