Nuvola achieves Oracle validated integration

Hotels with Opera will benefit from Nuvola’s holistic solution that bridges the communications gap between back-of-house processes and guest-facing tasks. Photo credit: Nuvola

Nuvola has achieved Oracle validated integration of its comprehensive optimization software with Oracle Hospitality Opera. The integration ensures a near-seamless, two-way operational system for the hospitality industry, enhancing information sharing between departments as well as between guests and the hotel.
 
“Nuvola’s view of hotel operations aligns well with Oracle Hospitality Opera,” Nuvola CEO Juan Carlos Abello said in a statement. “This integration is an important step forward in the growth of Nuvola. The integration of technology throughout the hotel industry will both modernize the sector and bring more easy-to-use solutions to market.” 

To achieve integration,  Oracle partners must meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. Through this integration, Nuvola is able to create a user-friendly solution for improving hotel operating efficiency and guest satisfaction. Now hotels with Opera will benefit from Nuvola’s holistic solution that bridges the communications gap between back-of-house processes and guest-facing tasks.
 
“For solutions deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or both, Oracle validated integration applies a rigorous technical review and test process that helps to reduce deployment risk and improves the user experience of the partner’s integrated offering,” said David Hicks, VP, worldwide independent software vendor, original equipment manufacturer and java business development, Oracle. 

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