Broadvine partners with Data Plus

By consolidating property-management-system, accounting and forecast data, Data Plus customers will now have central access to property and portfolio performance data. Photo credit: Broadvine

Broadvine has completed an extensive integration with the Data Plus Accounting platform. This partnership will allow Data Plus customers to extend their accounting platform with Broadvine’s reporting and forecasting capabilities. 

“Our integration and partnership with Data Plus will allow them to provide more robust reporting and forecasting capabilities to their customers,” Broadvine CEO Shawn Barber said in a statement. “Our partnership allows us to join forces with a top industry provider to provide hoteliers with the systems and services they need, saving them both time and money.”

Broadvine’s application provides budgets and forecasts, real-time reporting data and labor insights. By consolidating property-management-system, accounting and forecast data, Data Plus customers will now have central access to property and portfolio performance data, enabling faster decisions to optimize profitability.

“By integrating Data Plus with Broadvine, our customers will be able to seamlessly create and update forecasts with version control on a weekly or monthly basis,” said Gregg Suffredini, VP business development of Data Plus. “Moreover, they will have the ability to run robust reports that include prior period actuals and allow for comparison reports, roll-ups, best case and actual vs. forecast. Data will flow automatically between systems, empowering our customers to understand their data and make better decisions for their businesses.”

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