HotelSnapShot

No more spreadsheets. No more fumbling for facts. We show you where you are and where you are heading, without having to find, compile or report on data– everything is already there!

HotelSnapShot is business intelligence (BI) for hoteliers; built in collaboration with hoteliers.

HotelSnapShot provides you with access to micro and macro data in a scalable, user-friendly environment, linking disparate datasets to correlate information and gather insight.

Include information such as:

  • PMS data
  • MICE data
  • Point of Sale (POS) data
  • SPA data
  • STR
  • Rate shopping data
  • Airline Capacity data
  • Stock index and exchange rate data
  • Guest satisfaction data
  • Weather

Correlate information across datasets to gain insight into how the outside world impacts your hotel. Identify past guest’s behavioural patterns to better inform business decisions in the future.

Drive your BI needs at every level of your organisation, with the information you require at your fingertips with:

  • Dashboards
  • Reports
  • Axis BI – cube-type analysis

No matter if you are the CEO, a general manger, director of marketing or revenue manger, HotelSnapshot can provide you with all your information, updated daily, from wherever you can access the internet.

HotelSnapshot – Business Intelligence from the Hotel Data Experts.

HotelSnapShot

What Is HotelSnapShot?
No more spreadsheets. No more fumbling for facts. We show you where you are and where you are heading, without having to find, compile or report on data– everything is already there!

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KEY BENEFITS

  Create custom snapshot pages/dashboards.
  Work with one or multiple hotels.
  Ad-hoc and scheduled reporting.
  Create detailed, custom reports to replicate your spreadsheets.
  Create detailed analysis with drag and drop.
  Use colour to highlight key understandings.

CASE STUDIES

HotelSnapShot

The Challenge: A solution to the reporting conundrum.
Intouch Data’s client had a wish list of issues that needed to be addressed by HotelSnapShot. High on the list was the rationalisation of reporting requirements …
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