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IDS Next launches Pulze 247 mobile analytics app for hotels

FHW StaffMumbai

IDS Next Business Solutions has announced the launch of a new product, Pulze 247, a mobile analytics app. With this app, IDS Next aims to facilitate hotel owners and general managers to have real-time information on their properties’ business even while on the go.

Downloadable on smartphones or tablets and integrated into IDS Next’s all-in-one FortuneNEXT 6i Hotel ERP, Pulze 247 proficiently assists property owners and general managers in keeping an eye on every aspect of their hotel operations. With all the vital and business critical statistics available on their phones real-time, they can now take smart and insightful decisions with ease.

“Mobility applications can change the way we run our business and Pulze 247 is the first in the series of many mobile applications that are being built for the hospitality industry,” said Binu Mathews, CEO at IDS Next. “We believe Pulze247 gives a lot of power in the hands of Hotel industry leaders with a simple to use design that needs no training. At IDS Next, we constantly work on solutions that help our customers increase efficiency and effectiveness. We are sure that hoteliers would be in a vantage position to make informed decisions with Pulze 247 at their fingertips,” he added.

With Pulze 247 in their smartphones, senior personnel at both large independent and chain or group hotels can manage their properties on the go, even when they are off the property. They even don’t have to call up different department heads to find out business critical parameters. The dashboard of Pulze 247 is comprehensive and configurable by the user and can include multiple data types.

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