FCS Computer Systems launches e-Laundry option

Laundry

FCS Computer Systems, a provider of hospitality solutions and services, launched e-Laundry, an automated alternative to manual laundry and linen tracking. The new e-Laundry solution is designed to help hotels eliminate paper trails while gaining greater perspective into real-time inventory, operational needs by shift and future consumption forecasting. e-Laundry is designed for hotels with more than 300 rooms, mega resorts and casino hotels with demand for laundry services.

The hub of e-Laundry is the Management Dashboard, which provides an overview of each day's performance for laundry and linen activities. Accessible from the Management Dashboard are four modules designed to track all linen activities with inventory management and consumption forecasts, based on reservation and occupancy data. 

The Laundry Module tracks all laundry transactions and related activities in real time, while the Linen Module manages linen activities, inventory and forecasting. e-Laundry's Transaction Module integrates with each hotel's Property Management Systems to post directly to the guests' folios or separate internal finance accounts for staff. Finally, the Report Builder and Scheduler Module creates customized reports based on operational needs.

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e-Laundry also supports multiple languages. Other options include the ability to define user access, digitalized laundry forms, slip/bill printing, laundry allowance entitlement, forecasting and job status tracking via e-Connect.

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