Joint Venture With Mulpha Group to Bring Hub OS Technology and Support Closer to Their Clients in the Apac Regions.

Spain, Girona, Catalonia. March 11, 2021

hub OS, a SaaS company specialised in solutions for the hospitality industry, is expanding to Australia and New Zealand and embarked on a joint venture with Mulpha Group in order to provide a closer and excellent service to hoteliers looking to upgrade their tech stack and especially their operations and guest experience.

hub OS is a fully integrated, intuitive and scalable operating solution, driving profitability, efficiency and guest satisfaction . Successfully integrate housekeeping, engineering, quality control, food & beverage, energy management through PMS (property management system) interfaces into the platform.

Available and optimized as an App, hub OS works seamlessly on smartphones to enable operational data to be shared in real-time to staff anywhere in the hotel, enabling instant responses to guest, housekeeping or maintenance requests.

Alex Ridaura, CEO at hub OS: "We are very excited to start this joint venture with one of Australia's leading hotel investors. This venture will allow us to provide close support to our clients in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific, whilst expanding our presence in these key markets. And the added value thanks to Mulpha's knowledge and experience will be crucial to our success."

While Mulpha Group, with over 30 years of experience and one of Australia's largest Hotel investors and hospitality operators , specialised in operational management and development capability, brings the knowledge needed to offer to these markets an innovative vision to succeed in the new industry's challenges.

Mulpha Group CEO Greg Shaw said: "From our research, we know there is no other product globally like HUB that can power hotel operations as a single, integrated software solution. This presents a unique opportunity for Hotel owners and operators to achieve transformative operational efficiencies and cost savings. We have already seen this occur in our three flagship InterContinental Hotels in Sydney, Hayman Island and Sanctuary Cove."

The Group has an extensive portfolio of real estate, property development, hospitality, education, retirement, private equity and debt assets, and also invests in some of the fastest-growing and most vibrant economies in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and the UK.

Mulpha's Head of IT, Annelle Paemaa sees great potential in the platform, "We have proven that HUB can replace up to four existing operating systems saving costs, training and implementation time. The product is Cloud-based, highly scalable and totally intuitive for both the IT team and the entire Hotel operating team. We are looking forward to increasing the footprint of this product in Australia and expanding into the Asia Pacific region to bring the platform's benefits to the industry at an ideal time to assist Owners and Operators improve both bottom-line results and guest satisfaction in an increasingly competitive market."

Mulpha is continuing to actively roll out hub OS across Australia and the Asia Pacific region, with strong interest from numerous hotel chains and hotel owners and investors.



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Tags: operating system, joint venture, Australia, APAC, hotel technology, housekeeping, maintenance

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