Main Street Hospitality Group chooses new RMS

Main Street Hospitality’s New England-based hotels now feature an automated revenue-management system. Photo credit: IDeaS Revenue Solutions

Main Street Hospitality Group’s independent, New England-based hotel portfolio will implement the IDeaS G3 revenue-management system across the portfolio. With a fast-growing property count, Main Street could no longer effectively continue its manual revenue-management processes and remain competitive. In need of a robust, scientific solution, Main Street selected IDeaS. 

Benefits include: 

  • Intelligent, time-saving automation: IDeaS G3 RMS will automate tactical decisions for each property to enable its limited revenue-management resources to focus on bigger-picture strategy. 

  • Granular room-type pricing: With a multitude of unique, complex room types at its historic properties, each with its own demand patterns, Main Street will leverage G3 RMS to streamline and optimize its room-type rates.
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Immediate group evaluation: IDeaS’ group evaluation tool will unite Main Street’s sales and revenue-management functions and enable sales to quote group rates quicker and more effectively. 

“I’ve always been really impressed by IDeaS’ thought leadership and industry education efforts,” Greta Kipp, VP of revenue management and sales for Main Street Hospitality Group, said in a statement. “I’ve never worked with a group so thoughtful, accessible and willing to walk through each aspect of their solution—not just showing me which buttons to push, but really digging into the revenue-management best practices and use cases behind each feature of their robust system.”

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