Hub OS & Seidor Partner Together to Bring Automation to the Hotel Operations in the US
This Partnership Supports Both Companies' Goals to Help Hoteliers in Recovering Faster and More Efficiently Into the Post-Covid Reality.
This new partnership will make available a strong solution to the US Hospitality market and support hoteliers in recovering faster and more efficiently into the post-covid reality while transforming positively their guest experience.
The objective of this alliance is to also provide a closer and improved excellent service to the Hub OS installed base in the American market and for any new clients.
Hub OS is a fully integrated, intuitive and scalable operating solution, driving profitability, efficiency and guest satisfaction to the hospitality sector.
Successfully integrates housekeeping, engineering, quality control, food & beverage, energy management and provides integrations with PMS (property management system) through standard interfaces into the platform.
Hub OS is also available and optimised as a mobile App and works seamlessly on smartphones and tablets. These apps enable operational data to be shared in real-time to staff anywhere in the hotel, offering instant responses to the guest, as housekeeping or maintenance requests.
Alex Ridaura, CEO at Hub OS comments: "With this partnership, we look for the expansion of Hub OS to the United States while keeping the service quality to our customers through a trusted Reseller with presence in 38 countries. We're excited about working together with Seidor to increase our presence in the Americas."
"We are thrilled to work with Hub OS, a leader in the hospitality space. This partnership will provide hoteliers with the most automated and flexible operating solution to maximize hotel's performance" Alex Garcia CFO of Seidor USA , said in a statement. "While we have an established presence in the U.S as a SAP Platinum Partner, this partnership with Hub OS will complement our portfolio and will allow us to offer more complete and integrated solutions to the hospitality market in the country." concluded Garcia.