Vertical Booking releases new version of central reservation system

Vertical Booking USA releases its central reservation system, Version 3.0. The release unveils a number of new features and enhancements for ease-of-use, customized system access and advanced revenue management. Vertical Booking CRS 3.0 has already been implemented for a number of hotel clients, with full client adoption expected by Dec. 1.

Version 3.0 gives the entire system a facelift, with a clean and streamlined graphical user interface. Always an innovator, Vertical Booking designed a custom interface for each system user to drill down to only the specific tools they need to access on a regular basis. This new feature, called My Menu, allows managers to simplify the CRS for basic users, or customize their dashboard to reach the features they need quickly.

As one of the most anticipated features of the release, the new dashboard allows users to change rates and inventory directly upon log-in. Managers can also monitor and analyze data from extranet channels through a series of advanced graphs and tables. Sales are broken down through a variety of indicators, including channels, country of origin and even lead-time.

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