IDeaS debuts voice-driven revenue-management platform

Voice interaction will give hoteliers, at all levels, instant access to a variety of performance data via devices such as Amazon’s Echo. Photo credit: IDeaS Revenue Solutions

IDeaS Revenue Solutions unveiled a voice-based interface designed for a revenue-management platform this week. IDeaS G3 revenue management system is now compatible with devices like Amazon’s Echo and Google Home, in multiple languages.
In the hospitality world, voice interaction will give hoteliers, at all levels, instant access to a variety of performance data such as occupancy, room rates, competitor rates, forecasts and revenue details. Revenue-management systems are a critical intersection point, often storing data from a multitude of disparate systems. Voice technology now makes accessing all that data even simpler, driving more efficiencies and productivity within an organization.
“Our goal is simple: to continually push the innovation boundaries to enable hotels’ success, whether it be deep machine learning, artificial intelligence or voice-enabled interaction,” IDeaS’ founder and chief scientist Ravi Mehrotra said in a statement. “Hotels rely on us to provide the most accurate and insightful data to drive optimal revenue strategy.”
IDeaS G3 RMS voice-interaction technology will allow all business stakeholders to access real-time data and performance metrics through smart speaker devices. The interface will be accessible anywhere a user has the appropriate technology and internet access, whether at the office, from home or while traveling.

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