Agilysys releases sales and catering software product

The Agilysys Sales & Catering product is a cloud-native, software-as-a-service or on-premises sales and catering system to manage groups and events. Photo credit: Agilysys

Hospitality software company Agilysys has released its new Agilysys Sales & Catering product, a cloud-native, software-as-a-service or on-premises sales and catering system to manage groups and events. The system is the next member of the integrated Agilysys property-management-system ecosystem.

The system is meant to calculate the value of each guest and group across meeting and shoulder dates by presenting a complete view of every group and event as well as event guests throughout their entire stay. The solution lets event planners and sales teams more efficiently sell, manage and service their clients.

Agilysys Sales & Catering is integrated with the Agilysys suite of PMS solutions and supports API integration for third-party PMS solutions, allowing real-time inventory and rate availability to manage and protect transient and group room availability. This allows for operators to maximize hotel revenue opportunities across all amenities. Group managers can create, manage and track contracts, companies and groups in the hotel’s own database and maintain complete ownership of their marketing information for full dynamic marketing.

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Group meeting planners and event hosts have access to a portal to upload and manage reservations, events and special requests, allowing for personalization of every event at each property. Meeting planners can create customized contracts, banquet event orders and flexible deposit and payment options on the fly right from their mobile device. 

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