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How Coba CMMS adds $100,000 to your Hotel’s Bottom Line.

Posted Thursday, April 28, 2016

hotel software How Coba CMMS adds $100,000 to your Hotel’s Bottom Line.

While the hotel industry has adopted such technologies as Trip Advisor, Priceline, Medallia, Sales Force, Electronic Key systems and web-based PMS systems, to better enhance their overall operation, the majority of hotel Maintenance Departments are still working with paper.   Since the maintenance engineers are the primary caretakers of a hotel’s single marketable product AND improper maintenance of a hotel can cost thousands of dollars per… [CONTINUE]

Hospitality Focus on Safety: Musculoskeletal Disorders

Posted Monday, April 18, 2016

hotel software Hospitality Focus on Safety:  Musculoskeletal Disorders

  Definition: Musculoskeletal disorders refer to injuries of the muscles, ligaments and other soft tissues in the back, neck, shoulders, wrists and knees.  Housekeepers report much higher MSDs than the average employee, due to the type of work they perform, the repetition and duration of the type of work performed, and the time limits placed on them to perform the jobs they are assigned.  Any… [CONTINUE]

Hotel Nightmare – Bed Bugs

Posted Saturday, April 9, 2016

hotel software Hotel Nightmare – Bed Bugs

FACT AND FICTION Bed bugs are not invisible. They are small bugs that hide well. They prefer dark places and will only come out of hiding when the lights are off. The blood they ingest determines the color of the bug. A bug that has not fed in a long time (they can live for months without feeding) will become nearly white and when it… [CONTINUE]

Hotel Manager – Crime Fighter or Victim’s Advocate

Posted Sunday, March 27, 2016

hotel software Hotel Manager – Crime Fighter or Victim’s Advocate

A man is beating his wife or children in one of your rooms… A woman has had a steady stream of “unsightly traffic” to her room… A housekeeper reports that a room has evidence of drugs… A drunk or drugged guest is belligerent to your staff… A meth lab is discovered in your hotel… These are all situations that you, as a Hotel Manager may… [CONTINUE]

10 Ways to Tell if your Hotel Room is Clean

Posted Sunday, March 20, 2016

hotel software 10 Ways to Tell if your Hotel Room is Clean

Whether you pay $35 or $3500 for a night at a hotel, you are trusting that the staff is well-trained and that your room was serviced properly. 1. Don’t deny your first impression. A room that feels bad or smells bad when you walk in, probably was not cleaned correctly. 2. Check the bottom left corner of the mattress to see if this month is… [CONTINUE]

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