Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Ready for the Cloud? Choosing a PMS Software That’s Right for Your Property

March 22nd, 2020 Lisa Livingston General

Hoteliers are constantly struggling wearing multiple hats. They’re always trying to keep the busy work of running a property to a minimum while providing their guests with memorable experiences. However, keeping up with the latest industry trends and technology can be difficult if you don’t have a hotel PMS system that is working for you…. (more)

InnQuest Software Names Kent Howard As New President

December 3rd, 2019 Stefano Mocella General, Latest News

Tampa, Florida, December 3, 2019 – InnQuest Software, a leading cloud and on-premise software solutions provider to the independent hotel industry has announced the appointment of Kent Howard as its new President. He will assume the company’s day-to-day leadership responsibilities in early December.  Howard, a 17-year team member of InnQuest Software serving most recently as… (more)

What Is Your Email IQ? The Email Etiquette of Modern Hoteliers

September 19th, 2019 Lisa Livingston General, Hospitality Trends, Marketing, Online Bookings

With online reservations being at an all time high, there aren’t a lot of hoteliers that don’t send out email communications to their guests before, during or after their travel. However, are the emails you’re sending convey the right message for your property? Every property is different, and the amount of email communication a flagged… (more)

InnGage With roomMaster Experts And Fellow Users At innQuest’s 2019 Users Conference

Connect with our team at the 2019 innQuest Users Conference to become a roomMaster expert yourself Not only does innQuest Software believe in providing the best possible hotel PMS to our clients, but we strive to ensure our clients can master their software. Our clients becoming experts in roomMaster will only help your revenue grow,… (more)

Win with GDPR in 4 easy steps!

March 22nd, 2019 Lisa Livingston Data Management, General, Marketing

Customer data is held in high regard these days for those in the hospitality industry.  But with all information and technology; great power brings great responsibility.  The responsibility doesn’t always land on you as the hotel owner.  First, before you can protect your guests’ data, it’s imperative that you know what kinds of data you’re… (more)

How To Efficiently Migrate To A New Property Management System

October 25th, 2018 Kent Howard General

Top tips to help you upgrade your hotel property management system stress-free. Switching from one Property Management System (PMS) provider to another, or making the decision to implement your first PMS at your hotel, can feel like a daunting process. With concerns over high investment costs, missing out on reservations, and the time and resources… (more)

How To Be a Productive, Independent Hotelier and Fantastic Boss

September 11th, 2018 Kent Howard General, Hospitality Trends, Hotel Property Management

Long hours, sacrificed weekends and a constant battle to remain current with an incredibly dynamic, evolving industry are just some of the challenges facing today’s independent hotelier. If you’re in that position, then it’s also easy to forget that you’re a boss, too. Your staff looks to you to be the leader, so your role… (more)

Great Guest Relationships Start With Your Online Booking System

A recent survey by Allianz Global revealed that 53% of travelers are unlikely to use sharing services such as Airbnb this year. Citing reasons such as not wanting to share with strangers and the belief that hotels have superior offerings, is this proof that interest in hospitality disruptors is waning? In reality, the sharing economy… (more)

The Hotel Industry Is Evolving: Is Your PMS System?

August 30th, 2018 Lisa Livingston General, Hospitality Trends, Hotel Property Management

Hoteliers didn’t always have a property management system (PMS) to assist with the everyday operations. In fact, prior to Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone invention, guests booked their travel arrangements by mail or poorly spelled telegrams. Early hoteliers wrote down most of a guest’s information with a pencil or pen on a plain piece of paper. … (more)