Scottsdale Plaza Resort puts accounting in the cloud

The PVNG system is set up so that Scottsdale Plaza Resort managers can view reports online. Photo credit: Aptech Computer Systems

The Scottsdale (Ariz.) Plaza Resort implemented Aptech Computer Systems’ PVNG enterprise back-office hotel accounting software system. Scottsdale Plaza has more than 40,000 square feet of flexible and functional meeting space and serves business travelers, conventions and special events. Aptech is an IBM premier solution provider as well as a Prophix premier business partner offering web-enabled business intelligence, budgeting and hotel accounting software systems that are 100 percent hospitality specific.
  
“In addition to PVNG’s extensive report portfolio, we create custom reports for our independent operation,” Sally Stewart, accounting manager for Scottsdale Plaza Resort, said in a statement. “Our executive team can get the specific numbers that are important to their decisions. PVNG helped us setup a culinary and [food-and-beverage] outlet financial report. These combined reports assist the managers in giving them a quick overview of their department on one page. I set up PVNG so our managers can look at any report online that they want to help them manage better. In addition to the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, we have four other entities on PVNG and the system handles our entire operation very well.”
  
“PVNG communicates with our property-management system so we do not have to rekey close-day numbers,” Stewart continued.

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