Honolulu resort upgrades financial-accounting process

The PVNG implementation at Kahala Hotel & Resort was done using the property's specific chart of accounts. Photo credit: Aptech Computer Systems

Kahala Hotel & Resort in Honolulu installed Aptech Computer Systems’ PVNG enterprise accounting to upgrade its back-office financial processes. The browser-based system simplifies accounting operations and safeguards data in the cloud. 

“Kahala Hotel & Resort upgraded its back-office accounting software to PVNG because it is a strong hospitality financial system that is easy to use and simple to learn,” Thushara Perera, Kahala's director of finance,  said in a statement. “PVNG was an easy transition. Aptech trained our team online and its professional staff is always available when we have questions.” 

The PVNG implementation for Kahala Hotel & Resort was done using the property's specific chart of accounts. “All of our financial statements were custom reports written by Aptech to match Kahala's own chart of accounts,” Perera said.

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PVNG's user interface is built on an easy-to-navigate architecture. Its functionality and platform is completely new. The system expands on processes that use Aptech’s legacy application, Profitvue. PVNG also makes it simple to become 11th edition compliant by implementing its packaged chart of accounts and financial statements.

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