Southampton Harbour Hotel implements new Xn protel POS system

The new Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa is seeing improved reporting capability after the installation of a new POS system. Photo credit: Xn protel Systems

Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa in Southampton, UK, has successfully piloted the point-of-sale system from Xn protel Systems. The xnPOS implementation included both traditional terminals and mobile devices across the hotel’s extensive food-and-beverage operation. The implementation also included interfaces to the Oracle Hospitality Opera property-management system and Procure Wizard’s enterprise stock and procurement solution.

The new Southampton Harbour Hotel features a yacht-inspired exterior and contemporary interiors and its unique design reflects Southampton’s thriving marine culture. Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa is part of the Harbour Hotels Group portfolio of hotels.

“The reporting capability, in particular, is vastly improved,” Harbour Hotels commercial director Stuart Bateman said in a statement. “The hardware provided is proving robust and reliable.”

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XnPOS provides comprehensive functionality and scalability that meets the needs of hotel F&B, table-service restaurants and hospitality foodservice operations. The product is already proven in a wide spectrum of F&B operations in some 50 countries across Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East.

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