Hotel Equities upgrades business-intelligence, reporting system

MyPerspective is an all-in-one data-visualization dashboard and predictive-analytics tool for hoteliers. Photo credit: MyDigitalOffice

Hotel Equities, an Atlanta-based hotel owner, developer and management company, has adopted MyDigitalOffice’s myPerspective solution to automate hotel reporting and improve visibility into its entire property portfolio. With more than 140 hotels in its portfolio, ranging in category across full-service, select-service, boutique, independent, resort and lifestyle hotels operating throughout the U.S. and Canada, Hotel Equities now leverages myPerspective to ensure the automated and accurate sharing of real-time performance data at all hotels in its portfolio.
 
According to Hotel Equities EVP Bryan DeCort, myPerspective was selected following an extensive search for a partner that shared Hotel Equities’ core values and would provide a business-intelligence dashboard and portfolio-performance-management solution that would be both efficient and user-friendly. “Our performance is significantly enhanced when we invest in and provide our associates with real-time data, powered by innovation and technology,” DeCort said in a statement. “The myPerspective platform is a game-changer that makes us better overnight.”
 
MyPerspective is an all-in-one data-visualization dashboard and predictive-analytics tool for hoteliers developed by myDigitalOffice, the hotel information management platform for sourcing, processing and storing hotel data in the cloud.
 
Now in use at all Hotel Equities properties, myPerspective standardizes hotel data and makes it accessible and actionable across the entire portfolio in a highly visual and easily customizable dashboard. The cloud-based solution also enables staff to efficiently accomplish important reporting with a high degree of accuracy while taking care of guests, associates, owners and stakeholders from any location.

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