What is Property Management System?
Property management Software are often used in real estate, hospitality industries, logistics, and government properties. The software aims to automate the paper-based functions in managing properties such as personal property, equipment maintenance, inventory and logistics and other operational needs.
Property Management Software for Hospitality
PMS (Property Management Software) for hospitality industries handles the following:
- Room management
- Event Management
- Cash Management
- and many more
- Door-locking System
- Call Accounting System
- Restaurant Management System
Due to large tourist arrivals in the Philippines, hospitality business from small to large ones have increased their guest bookings according to Department of Tourism in the Philippines. The common misconceptions of small businesses though, is that they don’t need property management software since they can only manage sales transactions using excel. Imagine excel data will accumulation, due to the continuous recordings of business transactions in day to day operations. Data will be hard to maintain since excel is not really design for maintaining large transactions unlike hospitality management software, which it is made to actually greatly surpass the capabilities of excel functions. Property management software are solutions that understands from basic and advance hospitality process and operations, thus it is a perfect fit to small business who want to see its business trends, and profit monitoring.
Since small hospitality business in the Philippines, has slight difference with the management needs compared to large properties. Inline with this, it is reasonable to offer small business with adjusted cost that caters their budget and operational needs.
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