Calgary, AB—March 2, 2012—World Web Technologies (WWT) announced the addition of realtime mobile applications to its Cloud-based property management software, WebRezPro (WRP). The system’s mobile-optimized features include a mobile booking engine and internal housekeeping app, bringing on-the-go convenience to hotel guests and staff.
Increasing WRP’s central reservations flexibility, the mobile booking engine provides an important additional avenue for integrated guest bookings. The mobile-optimized booking application enables hotel guests to make online hotel reservations via mobile devices, including iPhone, Android and Blackberry smartphones as well as tablets and other handheld devices.
“Online accessibility is paramount to businesses in an increasingly online and mobile world. Smartphones and tablets are fast taking over the role of personal computers,” said Frank Verhagen, president of WWT. WebRezPro’s mobile housekeeping application is a behind-the-scenes feature that improves interstaff communication and boosts productivity.
The mobile housekeeping app enables cleaning staff to view housekeeping reports and update room status directly from their mobile devices as they work, providing front-desk staff with up-to-the-minute room status information. “Our clients are excited about the mobile housekeeping app, and we are excited because this is just the beginning. There are so many possibilities for real-time mobile functions and there are definitely more to come
with WebRezPro,” remarked Verhagen.
WebRezPro is a powerful and cost-effective Cloud-based property management system designed to meet the needs of single independent hotels as well as hotel groups and chains. A true Webbased PMS, WebRezPro offers the SaaS advantage: easy set-up, remote access, fully integrated bookings/accounting, and automatic data back-up. Much more than a central reservations system, WRP provides a full accounting system, GDS connectivity, native interfaces, integrated activity bookings, an online booking engine and mobile applications.
For more information, contact:
Janie Agar, Director of Sales & Marketing
World Web Technologies Inc.
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