Novility B.V. introduces products to improve operational productivity

Novility B.V.

Novility B.V. launch two new products: Novility L.I.V.E. (Learning in Virtual Environment) and Novility P.A.L. (Portable Accelerated Learning). L.I.V.E. and P.A.L. mobile apps address the common challenges faced by the hospitality industry: high injury rates, inconsistent application of procedures, communication inefficiencies, and ineffective data collection that contribute to guest dissatisfaction and lower online review scores.

L.I.V.E. uses motion-capture and speech-recognition technologies to deliver comprehensive training set in a simulative hotel environment. The training currently focuses on key standard operating procedures, injury-preventive ergonomics and communication essentials with the aim to enhance operational productivity and performance whilst achieving safer work practices.

"With the functionality of L.I.V.E., hotels can benefit from this innovative and individually-focused training method," said Roderick ten Wolde, CEO and founder of Novility B.V.

The newly launched P.A.L. mobile app which is a compact and flexible solution that complements highly demanding day-to-day operations. The product includes an extensive content library curated by hospitality experts that adapts to any hotel type. The content is integrated with evaluation possibilities facilitating an instant feedback loop to ensure a steep learning curve for hotel employees. The app's sleek interface is designed to turn tedious paper and brand manuals into easily accessible and captivating content.

Novility's housekeeping training module contains in-depth learning material for room attendants at every level. With an ever-growing library of exercises, Novility's modules are designed to realize evolving customer trends and business goals.

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