HMG Hospitality selects Wakeup Call to provide its portfolio of 11 branded and independent hotels with access to information on risk liability laws and practices, safety procedure training, as well as the ability to instantly update and share vital documents with each property. Consisting of several independent hotels as well as brand names that include Hilton, IHG, Starwood and Choice, HMG Hospitality properties now benefit from using the first and only single-source, SaaS-based risk management platform.
With Wakeup Call, each property is provided with access to real-time information and a comprehensive list of tools to manage various potential liability issues, including employee/employer concerns.
“Wakeup Call's defining asset is its ability to serve as a one-stop-shop for all functions that are necessary for ensuring a safely operated, legally certified and liability secured hospitality business,” said Rick Skinner, vice president of operations at HMG Hospitality. “As a method of sharing important legal documents, Wakeup Call can essentially act as an intranet service that is invaluable to ensuring all properties have up-to-date knowledge and practices in place.”
A truly comprehensive risk management solution, Wakeup Call equips properties with vital tools that are often not in place or, due to being supplied by multiple vendors, are unable to work alongside each other in a streamlined and efficient manner. The platform is unique in its ability to track important documents and ensure that required certifications remain current, in addition to providing continuing industry education on relevant topics. This allows both single and multi-property companies, such as HMG Hospitality, to better manage their operations and contain costs, while mitigating potential risks.
As a SaaS-based service designed to manage day-to-day employee, operational and HR issues, Wakeup Call is remotely accessible from virtually anywhere, on any device with an Intenet connection. The unique online platform also allows for easy access to online training modules such as OSHA mandated courses, HR and employment law specialists, as well as up-to-date corporate documents, providing hoteliers with the right set of tools to successfully navigate intricate and often complex laws, rules and regulations.