InnQuest enhances roomMaster cloud functionality

RoomMaster cloud now supports the option to select InnQuest’s own tokenization capability. Photo credit: InnQuest Software

InnQuest Software has enhanced its roomMaster Cloud PMS, expanding the availability of its cloud prodcut to all property types and markets.

“These advancements strengthen our position in the full-service sector of the independent hotel market and allow entry into geographical regions not serviced by our payment gateway partners,” InnQuest VP Kent Howard said in a statement.

InnQuest software cloud users now can connect roomMaster with more than 100 technology partners, allowing connectivity to the technology they need to offer superior guest experiences.

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Through InnQuest payments, roomMaster cloud now supports the option to select InnQuest’s own tokenization capability. Tokenization is the process of using a non-decryptable piece of data to represent, sensitive or secret data. In the payment card industry context, tokens are used to reference cardholder data that is managed in a tokenization system, application or off-site secure facility. This new option allows hotels in all geographical regions to move to the cloud all while maintaining PCI compliance and reducing the complexity of adoption.

“Maintaining PCI compliance and limiting the scope of liability is our top priority while continuing to develop and enhance the cloud solution,” said Christy Carnley, director of product at InnQuest Software. “Adding on-premises integrations to our cloud solution was a major achievement for our development team. Our cloud solution has a core goal of providing a solution that meets the demands of today’s hotelier all while keeping IT infrastructure and costs to a minimum.”

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