Routier debuts AI mechanism in its optimization service

Speedy helps hotels and its housekeeping staff more effectively prepare for guest arrivals. Photo credit: Routier

Routier debuts Speedy, a new joint venture in partnership with artificial intelligence leader Bravo A.I. Speedy is a service that brings forth a task-management system that intelligently automates and streamlines communication with hotel staff and between hotel staff so that hotel management can improve and optimize daily activities and repetitive assignments.

Speedy is based on machine learning algorithms will suggest more appropriate solutions to how hotel staff operate and delegate their time. This automated task delegation reduces human errors and inconsistencies, while helping hotel brands identify, measure and monitor all their venues performance levels in real-time and gain the clarity they need to increase and improve.

From prioritizing activities, task checklist, prioritization of rooms and real-time staff optimization systems, Speedy helps hotels and its housekeeping staff more effectively prepare for guest arrivals.

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“We are thrilled to work with Bravo A.I. on an artificial intelligence solution that will help our clients and their staff, as opposed to replacing them,” Routier co-founder and CEO Gal Bareket said in a statement. “The idea of Speedy is infuse the latest technologies to simply help our clients reap greater revenues and optimize performance of their staff.”

The Routier AI dashboard will digitalize and automate hotel operations, engagement and marketing while providing real-time insights, feedback and automation capabilities for the end user.

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