Heart of America Group selects Broadvine for reporting, analytics

Broadvine offers cloud-based reporting modules for hotel management companies worldwide.

Heart of America Group is implementing Broadvine’s cloud-based reporting modules, including labor management at its hotels. Heart of America Group employees will have real-time information at their fingertips and enable data-driven decisions that drive profitability and increase guest satisfaction, the company said.

“Broadvine’s reporting software will enable us to analyze our properties’ performance and metrics from a single place ,” Chuck Ullrich, CFO of Heart of America Group, said in a statement. “Our brand leaders, corporate team and properties will have the information and analytics needed to ensure we are meeting our financial and service level goals.”

Broadvine’s application delivers robust business intelligence via reporting, forecasting, expense management and labor insights to hotel management companies worldwide.


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In related news, Broadvine introduced new module packaging and pricing.

“We have consolidated many of our modules to further increase the significant value our customer’s receive with each license of Broadvine,” Shawn Barber, CEO of Broadvine, said in a statement.  “Hoteliers will receive extensive benefits with the new application and can enjoy increased capabilities with each module in an easy to use cost-effective approach.”

Broadvine also announced a new pricing structure focused on the rapidly growing segment of limited and select-service hotels.

“Limited and select-service properties manage their operations differently than full-service properties and are challenged to source technology that meets their needs and fits their budget,” Barber said. “With the new structure, ownership and management companies with limited and select-service properties will be able to fully realize the value of having a portfolio-wide, enterprise business intelligence, forecasting, and operational management application.”

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