Minor Hotels Tailors Brand Experiences with Oracle
For a global hotel chain, such as Minor Hotels, one of the most essential needs is a single source of information to gain true insights into operations and a real understanding of guest behavior.
Nowhere was this challenge more evident than within its restaurants, where operations were controlled by multiple, different systems, making simple tasks complex and obtaining insights into buying habits difficult.
That's why Minor Hotels upgraded to Oracle Hospitality's Simphony Cloud point-of-sale solution.
In the above video, Thiruselvam Tholtan, Director of IT Central Systems for Minor Hotels, shares how important F&B is for Minor Hotels and why they chose Oracle Hospitality Simphony Cloud.
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About Oracle Hospitality
Oracle Hospitality brings over 40 years of experience in providing technology solutions to independent hoteliers, global and regional chains, gaming, and cruise lines. We provide hardware, software, and services that allow our customers to act on rich data insights that deliver personalized guest experiences, maximize profitability and encourage long-term loyalty. Our cloud-based, mobile-enabled solutions for property management, point-of-sale, distribution, and reporting and analytics lower IT costs and maximize business agility. Oracle Hospitality's OPERA is recognized globally as the leading property management platform and offers open APIs to serve as a platform for industry innovation. For more information about Oracle Hospitality, please visit www.oracle.com/Hospitality.
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