Agilysys adds mobile housekeeping to lodging-management system

The new version of Agilysys' Lodging Management System includes enhancements such as the ability to view the names of the guests in the room. Photo credit: Agilysys

Agilysys has added mobile housekeeping capabilities in the latest release of its Lodging Management System. In addition to mobile housekeeping, LMS 7.4 includes a wide range of new features and add-on functionality that will enable operators to improve operational efficiency and drive revenue.

Mobile housekeeping will allow staff to continuously keep track of room status on a mobile device, giving them an easy-to-use solution with an enhanced workflow. The system allows an employee to see a list of rooms assigned along with each room's real-time updated status. The room status also can be updated directly from the mobile device, allowing for a streamlined and efficient operation, and ensuring that the staff always has the most recent updated information on every room. The new version also includes additional enhancements such as the ability to view the names of the guests in the room, allowing for more guest-centric options in housekeeping operations and enabling staff to deliver improved guest service.

LMS includes automation for every aspect of hotel operations. With support for reservations with credit card processing, accounting, housekeeping, activities scheduling, food and beverage sales, online reservations, remote check-in, and more, LMS was designed specifically to help hotel and resort operators to more efficiently manage operations.

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“Mobile housekeeping will allow for more flexibility in operations while boosting efficiency and ultimately improving the guest experience,” Director of Product Management Luke Pfeifer said in a statement.

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