La Corsha Hospitality Group migrates to Aptech PVNG

La Corsha Hospitality Group has implemented Aptech's PVNG enterprise accounting system across 10 properties, including the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas. Photo credit: Aptech

La Corsha Hospitality Group implemented Aptech's PVNG enterprise accounting system across 10 properties. La Corsha converted from Aptech’s Profitvue hotel accounting software to web-based PVNG to enable remote accounting operations and greater financial reporting flexibility. La Corsha operates a mix of managed and owned properties across Texas that includes hotels, restaurants and a multicity parking company.
 
“We converted to PVNG Enterprise Accounting because LCHG wanted a web-based system that could handle its varied mix of hotels and restaurants with the flexibility of remote operations,” said Roberta McKenna, regional controller with La Corsha Hospitality Group, in a statement. “Aptech converted our chart of accounts seamlessly from Profitvue to PVNG for all our companies. In our custom financial statements, the function I find particularly valuable is PVNG’s ability to drill down into each number showing transactional level detail. The transparency this provides us gives confidence to owners and managers while making answering questions quick and easy.”
 
PVNG hotel accounting software also lets operators easily define user roles and system access to limit staff interaction with functions not necessary for their roles.

“It is important to control what the staff sees and doesn’t see within the system. We all play different roles within the organization,’ McKenna said. “We are able to segregate duties by role, so our accounts payable staff is limited to our accounts payable module.”

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