Statler Hotel renews collaboration with IDeaS

Statler Hotel has continued its collaboration with IDeaS to increase revenue performance across the property's 153 rooms with IDeaS G3 revenue management system. Following a competitive review of multiple revenue management solution providers, Statler Hotel selected to continue its four-year collaboration with IDeaS to provide the best-in-class revenue management system.

"We are looking forward to continuing our relationship with IDeaS, as it's been a very strong collaboration," said Richard Adie, General Manager at Statler Hotel. "IDeaS is an innovative company that continues to push the envelope of what revenue management is. They are actively listening to their customers and responding with tools that can help them."

Powered by advanced SAS Analytics and IDeaS' 25 years of innovation in hospitality technology, IDeaS G3 RMS empowers users to increase revenue performance with the industry's most comprehensive pricing decisions, sophisticated forecasting and interactive dashboards and reporting tools. Statler Hotel appreciates the system's ability to factor in seasonality and is also looking forward to using the transactional data being captured by G3 RMS.

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