RMS adds integration with M3 accounting software

Hotels and resorts using M3 accounting and analytics technology now can integrate their property-management data from RMS. Photo credit: RMS

RMS has partnered with M3, a cloud-based financial platform, to offer clients seamless hotel-management solutions. Hotels and resorts using M3 accounting and analytics technology now can integrate their property-management data from RMS for greater insight into operational performance. 

“Our integration allows us to set our joint clients up for greater success by providing the information and analytics they need to make strategic hotel management decisions,” RMS North America President Todd Sabo said in a statement.

This connection provides an automated, daily transfer of critical financial data and property statistics, such as roomnights, total capacity, market segment breakdown, revenue and more, from RMS’ platform to M3’s platform.

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“Integration with RMS’ property-management system is a win-win for our customers,” said Scott Watson, chief sales and marketing officer and partner at M3. “Joining forces with top industry providers allows us to further optimize our user experience to make our customers’ lives easier, helping them save time and money in the process.”

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