Software Name: Hotel Management System Defined With Inntegrity
|Escape the limitations of a restrictive system | | | |Enter the realm of a truly flexible Hotel Property Management System! | |CSS has been developing Hospitality Management Systems for three decades. In the seventies, CSS was approached by key people in | |Hotel Management. They asked us to write Hotel Software Applications to their specifications for Accounting and Front Office | |operations. We Did; and it was the beginning of the CSS Solution. | |CSS has done it again - with Inntegrity™. Written in a True 32 bit Windows Graphical User Interface format, Inntegrity™ offers | |functionality capable of handling the most complex properties. The CSS Solution has excelled in Resort and Corporate Hotels, | |Mixed Use Condominiums, Hotel Management Firms and Multi-Property Configurations. Inntegrity™ - the new CSS Solution. | |The CSS Hotel Property Management Software can be efficiently utilized by Resorts, Motels, Lodges, Hotels and Resort Condominiums| |including: Rental Management, Timeshare and fractional Ownership. Efficient screen flow is the key; initial screens contain all | |standard fields required by any type of property. Additional data collection, as required by full service hotels or resort | |condominiums, can be added to easily accessed pop-up half screens as needed. | |CSS Hotel Systems had entered the hospitality and lodging marketplace in the late '70s with a Corporate Accounting System | |designed to handle the unique requirements of hotel management. These Applications were followed by Back Office Accounting at | |the property level, then a Front Office System, fully integrated to the Accounting Systems, was released in 1985. This fulfilled| |the CSS definition of a true and complete Property Management System. The CSS Resort Condominium Management Applications were | |first installed in 1988, and still operate at that first resort installation, which is now over 1000 units. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Features & Functionality...
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