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Keeping Your Hotel Operations Agile Through Data-Driven Analytics

Though global markets are steadily coming back online in 2021, noteworthy supply chain disruptions and workforce shortages have strained hotel operations at a time when the industry is most fragile.

To mitigate the impact of these unexpected costs, hoteliers can utilize data-driven hotel analytics platforms to glean key insights in real time across properties. With near real-time updates into inventory, POS data, and guest sentiment, operators are equipped to make necessary decisions in the moment, rather than having to wait for monthly reports to arrive weeks after the fact.

On June 17, Fourth’s team of hotel industry experts Adam Dattis, Angela Hart, and Ryan Carroll discussed how data-driven hotel analytics can help operators steady the ship. The team delved into how analytics help operators evaluate budgets, supplier relations, guest interactions, recipe engineering, and more.

If you’re looking for an analytics solution that gives timely, perceptive insights into your operations, you can access the action-packed hour on-demand here.

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