Optii Solutions adds Suite Control integration

All updates, such as "do not disturb" and "make up room," are tracked and optimized. Photo credit: Optii Solutions

Optii Solutions now integrates its housekeeping software with Control4 by SuiteControl, a provider of guestroom automation systems for the hotel industry. The integration went live at the InterContinental Hayman Island Resort in Australia.

The integration provides the hotel with the seamless updating of "do not disturb" and "make up room" requests directly to Optii Keeper, which in turn optimizes the room attendants’ boards. All updates are tracked and optimized, which results in additional labor efficiencies, reduced costs and better service quality.

“The Control4 Suite enables hotels to add efficiencies and service improvements by allowing user-friendly interaction of the guest with the room, enabling the hotel to save energy while raising service levels at the same time,” SuiteControl CEO George Nikols said in a statement. “The interface with Optii Keeper further adds to the automation and service enhancements provided to hotels. Our in-house iPad solution delivers the ultimate guest experience via a visual and simple way to order roomservice and book activities, view information about the hotel and facilitating personal contact between the hotel and guest.”

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