Nuvola Announces Two-Way Integration System Through Partnership With Maestro PMS

The Innovative Hospitality Optimization Platform Launches Integration Partnership With Maestro to Incorporate Its PMS Solution and Provide Better Operating Processes and An Elevated Guest Experience

USA, Miami, Florida. July 24, 2018

Nuvola, a hotel optimization and guest engagement software company, announces today their partnered integration with Maestro to incorporate the technology provider's PMS system with their own platform, delivering a two-way guest and hotel operations solution. Hotels will now be able to benefit from an enhanced solution that creates better communications interdepartmentally and seamless data sharing between the systems.

Nuvola and Maestro have each been designed to reshape the way that task management is handled by delivering an easier and more effective operating solution. The joining of forces of these two top-tier hotel technology providers will generate a practical solution from a technological standpoint for enhancing guest services in an easy-to-use and multifaceted cloud-based software system.

"As a leading PMS supplier, we are committed to integrating Maestro with technologies that improve the guest experience, provide great value, and enhance operations for our clients. We are excited about our new integration with Nuvola and being able to offer our clients their solution working in concert with Maestro," stated Warren Dehan, President of Northwind.

Through an intuitive platform that focuses on equipping management and staff with a holistic and user-friendly system, Nuvola's cloud-based technology is able to not only work with staff but also make their day to day goal of providing better guest services that much easier. This new partnership with Maestro allows Nuvola to further enhance the offerings of their system and be an integral part in assisting hotels around the globe to deliver a better guest experience.

"Nuvola and Maestro's unparalleled hospitality operational solutions align perfectly," said Juan Carlos Abello, Nuvola CEO. "This partnership is yet another significant milestone in our growth as a company and an important step towards our goal of creating a better way to achieve an elevated level of guest services throughout the hospitality industry. We are thrilled to partner with Maestro to bring simpler, yet effective hotel optimization solutions to hotel properties worldwide."


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