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Magnuson to provide free PMS system
May 15 2013

The company is giving away free PMS property management systems to hotels converting to Magnuson's franchise conversion brands.

LONDON and SPOKANE, WashingtonMagnuson Hotels announced it is giving away free PMS property management systems to hotels converting to Magnuson’s low cost franchise conversion brands.

Available immediately, Magnuson Hotels is offering PMS1, a free web based operating system that unites front desk, reservation system and brand into one low cost and easy to use mobile and Internet dashboard.

While typical PMS systems can cost hotel owners $100,000 or more over a 2 year period, Magnuson Hotels’ PMS1 will carry no costs to hotel owners for installation, training, maintenance or upgrades.

The PMS1 system is supported by a .99 USD per occupied room guest surcharge, with a cash-back rebate to hotels converting to Magnuson’s low cost franchise conversion brands.

PMS1 will offer 24/7 support and connects directly to Magnuson Hotels’ massive global hotel reservation network of Google Hotel Finder, 2000 airline and hotel booking sites, and 650,000 travel agents and corporate travel agencies.

Magnuson Hotels’ PMS1 will offer mobile and remote access reporting, including daily dashboard showing rooms sold, occupancy, source of booking, average daily room rate all in one place. PMS1 supports over 400 interfaces including PBX, Keycard, POS and credit cards.

For more information about PMS1 go to http://owners.magnusonhotels.com/free-pms/

 

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