Quorum Hotels & Resorts selects Centreviews to automate accounts payable

The cloud-based Centreviews product is mobile-enabled to allow employees located at various properties to use it. Photo credit: Centreviews

Quorum Hotels & Resorts has entered into an agreement with CTP Solutions, a business partner of Centreviews, to use Centreviews to automate its accounts-payable processes. Centreviews is a cloud-based product that helps companies improve controls to identify, resolve and prevent problems with accounts payable.

The cloud-based solution is mobile-enabled to allow employees located at various properties to use Centreviews. The Centreviews automated workflow and payment solution provides a tailored accounts payable solution for the hospitality industry that will provide:

  • Visibility of invoices and elimination of duplicate invoices.
  • Enforcement of proper approvals on purchases and invoices.
  • Ability to capture early-pay discounts.
  • Reduction in time and costs for audits.

“Centreviews had the technical expertise necessary to integrate accounts payable invoice data with our accounting platform,”  VP of Accounting Julie Rogers said in a statement.


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Quorum Hotels & Resorts is a leading independent provider of customized hospitality management solutions. Founded in 1987, the company has delivered hotel-management services to more than 185 hotels, representing more than 55,000 rooms. Its current inventory of assignments includes direct management of full-service and select-service brands, asset management oversight of luxury hotels and resorts, and advisory services related to the development of multiple hotels.

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