Las Vegas Downtown Project and PAR collaborate on innovative hotel technology

The Las Vegas Downtown Project has selected PAR's ATRIO property management system to power its growing collection of hospitality properties. PAR Springer-Miller will work with Downtown Project to use the ATRIO property management system for Oasis at Gold Spike Hotel, and other exclusively rented units throughout the Downtown footprint.

Downtown Project is a $350 million investment to help to revitalize Downtown Las Vegas. The project seeks to forge a community of entrepreneurial energy, creativity and innovation through investments in real estate and development; small businesses; education, arts, and culture; and tech startups.

A true built-for-the-cloud solution, ATRIO moves hospitality to a new user experience and a new way of doing business. By leveraging all the capabilities of Microsoft Windows Azure, ATRIO dramatically reduces on-property technology requirements and data security risks. PAR Springer-Miller employs agile development met hods with ATRIO, resulting in frequent product releases and the ability react quickly to market needs for new features.

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