RMS introduces RMS Prime property-management system

RMS Prime will enable more independent, boutique hotels to be able to take advantage of RMS’ technology. Photo credit: RMS

RMS introduced RMS Prime, a streamlined version of its property-management software for hotels. RMS Prime will enable more independent, boutique hotels to be able to take advantage of RMS’ technology by shortening the initial onboarding process for single properties and simplifying their daily operations.

“The development of RMS Prime supports our goal of providing industry-leading property-management software that will work for any hotel, regardless of size and complexity,” RMS North America President Todd Sabo said in a statement. “We continue to listen to clients’ feedback and have come up with a simplified offering to meet their needs.”

RMS Prime alleviates the time and effort hoteliers must spend on property management and allows them to focus instead on their guests’ experience. RMS Prime consists of the basic features and functionality of RMS’ existing PMS—an online booking engine, rate management, point of sale, guest correspondence, accounting, and reporting—with additional setup support to ensure client success in utilizing the software.

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“Our property-management systems are robust and highly configurable, but not every property needs or wants that level of customization,” Sabo added. “RMS Prime reinforces our commitment to software as a service that truly makes hoteliers’ lives easier.”

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