Optii Solutions launches housekeeping productivity solution

Optii Solutions has launched its hotel and resort housekeeping solution, Optii Keeper, in North America. Properties throughout Asia, the Pacific and Europe have quality improvements and measurable return on investment with the service, including Grand Hyatt Macau, Kowloon shangri-La, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney and Radisson Blu Edwardian's The May Fair Hotel, London.

Utilizing its cloud-based Software as a service (SaaS), Optii focuses on hotel housekeeping and brings this essential function, optimizing housekeeping processes from top to bottom. With patented algorithms and business processes, which intelligently predict, manage and optimize hotel cleaning operations, Optii Keeper enables the faster turnaround of clean rooms, enhanced interdepartmental communication, and significant improvements in productivity, quality and guest satisfaction.

Optii Solutions hires Jeff Bixler as vice president, North America to launch its local hotel services. Bixler has an extensive career in the information and communications technology sector, having previously worked in senior management positions with the likes of Hughes and Intelsat. Most recently, he was executive vice president of business dDevelopment at Visible Spectrum, a cloud-based SaaS content provider. Bixler will lead Optii's North American services from its offices in Washington, D.C.

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