Maestro PMS introduces housekeeping app for independents

Maestro PMS introduces a new mobile housekeeping app for independent operators. The app is fully integrated with the Maestro PMS and will be available March 1. It enables housekeeping staff to be more productive by instantly seeing real-time room status and occupancy with housekeeper assignments. The new app frees housekeepers from relying on legacy technology, such as in-room telephone and movie system-based options for room status updating.

“Maestro’s new app is fully-integrated with Maestro PMS so all room statuses are updated in real-time,” said Warren Dehan, Maestro PMS president. “The system helps housekeeping teams coordinate their tasks with updated room assignment information to work more efficiently. Our mobile housekeeping platform puts clipboards and telephone room reporting in the rearview mirror. It is perfect for any size housekeeping operation from standalone boutiques to multi-property hotel groups. It is easy to install and use and can rely on the property’s wireless network without an internet connection.”

The Maestro Mobile Housekeeping app provides secure password-protected access for staff with room attendant and supervisor modes that restrict views to relevant rooms and assignments. The app is compatible with iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows handheld and tablet devices so it is flexible enough to meet all operator requirements. Properties may supply their own handhelds, or room attendants may use their personal devices for greater flexibility.

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