Noble House boosts business intelligence with Rainmaker Group

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Noble House Hotels & Resorts, a hotel ownership and management company operating upper segment boutique hotels across the country, has optimized its revenue management practices with the use of The Rainmaker Group's revintel business intelligence platform. Noble House began using the revintel solution in its two Jackson Hole, Wyo., locations in August 2014, with recent implementation across all of its independent properties in June.

"We researched several platforms, but found Rainmaker to be the top option for what we were looking to do," said Darrell Stark, VP, revenue and distribution at Noble House Hotels & Resorts. "We needed an enterprise reporting platform that can aid us in identifying micro and macro trends, enabling maximization of revenues. Rainmaker's solution offers us all of that and more."

A sophisticated and powerful platform, revintel mines data at a granular level, showing detailed analysis of the various causes behind specific trends in a particular market. It provides the most in depth ability to extract data critical to improving day to day and overall operations from across multiple properties. This enterprise level of reporting is a major benefit to companies using the platform, like Noble House, as it allows revenue managers and teams to make the most informed decisions regarding optimization of revenue.

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The revintel platform provides Noble House with consistent view of revenue performance metrics across its prestigious portfolio of hotels, including data that is collected from multiple property management systems, including Opera, Springer Miller and Epitome. This saves time - as data is collected automatically, rather than through manual processes - and allows the company to understand key indicators of future performance, like daily pace, across its portfolio and tap into new and deeper competitive insights than ever before.

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