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The Official 2021 Buyers Guide to Hotel Business Intelligence Software

Los Angeles — Today Hotel Tech Report launched the ‘Official 2021 Guide to Business Intelligence Software for Hotels’ and the guide is now available free of charge to the entire hotel community thanks to sponsor HotelIQ.

“The hotel industry has been disproportionately impacted by the current pandemic and have been forced to do more with less.  How do you maximize profitability and guest experience with less staff and resources? Technology is the key. This business intelligence software guide is designed to give buyers exactly the information they need to make an educated decision about their next business intelligence software,” says Hotel Tech Report CEO Jordan Hollander.

This is a critical time for buyers to be adopting business intelligence software.  The hotel business is dynamic and constantly changing – that’s never been more true than in 2020 with markets changing by the day.  Some resorts are booming, international travel is at a complete halt and drive markets are doing nicely – how do you stay in the know on micro trends affecting your property to act on them and adapt your business? You need top tier business intelligence software that turns data into action.

“HotelIQ was the perfect sponsor for this piece because the team deeply understands that smart buyers are researching all available options and HotelIQ is focused on being a partner to the hotel industry regardless of whether they are making a sale.  That’s the mentality that makes industry leaders.”

Inside the guide buyers will find skimmable data such as:

  • The latest trends in business intelligence software
  • Pricing considerations
  • Return on investment calculations
  • KPIs to track
  • Implementation expectations
  • Key integrations
  • Questions to ask vendors

The guide also includes a bonus RFP Toolkit for hoteliers and consultants to run a more formal business intelligence software procurement process with ease regardless of their budget and company size.