Why Shared Data Results in Better Teamwork

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor | September 09, 2019

In most hotel companies today, “reporting” means little more than taking reports from source systems, exporting them into Excel and having teams of people analyze the spreadsheets to get a clearer picture of an individual property. To look at an...

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Posadas Overcomes Hurdles to Better Pricing

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor | September 05, 2019

As the largest hotel company based in Mexico, Grupo Posadas is in the midst of an ambitious growth period, nearly doubling in size over a three-year stretch. The company hopes to have 300 resort and city center hotels spread across seven...

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Many Room Types, Many Rates: Inside Cori Oles’ Revenue Mission at IMH Financial

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor | September 03, 2019

Cori Oles, VP of Revenue Management for IMH Financial Corporation, has an extremely unique challenge in her role at the company. In addition to corporate responsibilities, she is tasked with overseeing just one property—the 64-room historic...

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Dirty Data: How Can You Avoid It?

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor | September 02, 2019

Dirty data is simply an indirect way of describing data that's inaccurate or incomplete in some way. Since data is nothing more than the facts, if hoteliers are not receiving accurate information, their data is misleading them, or termed “dirty.”

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