M3 Named Gold Globee® Winner in the 13th Annual 2021 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards

Leading Hospitality Technology Provider Recognized for Ground-Breaking Business Intelligence Platform, Insight

USA, Lawrenceville, Georgia. July 16, 2021

M3, the hospitality sector's #1 cloud-based accounting, financial and data management platform in North America, has been named a winner in the 13th Annual 2021 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards in the Business Intelligence Innovation category for its dedicated business intelligence solution, Insight.

The Globee® Awards are recognized as one of the world's premier business awards programs and business ranking lists. Judged from a broad spectrum of industry voices from around the world, M3's platform, Insight, was recognized for its innovative approach to providing hospitality management professionals with data-driven and user-friendly business reporting technology.

"We are greatly honored by this recognition as we constantly strive to do the right thing for our customers by solving today's problems and anticipating tomorrow's needs with forward-thinking products like Insight," said Scott Watson, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at M3. "We look forward to continuing to deliver tailor-made financial tools, exceptional customer service and a commitment to excellence without having to increase prices. Whether it's Insight or any other M3 product, we don't subject our customer to contracts but feel we need to earn their business every day."

Designed by hoteliers for hoteliers, Insight helps users proactively manage every data point within their property's financials, operational KPI's, competitor sets and guest data. Insight also compiles point-of-sale (POS) data and on-the-books (OTB) data on a comprehensive and centralized hub to view critical property, peer and industry data. For on-the-go users, the M3 Insight app offers Insight customers instant access to their user-driven, user-specific, interactive dashboards, ad hoc reporting and robust analytics from their mobile devices. The app also enables users to quickly share data on the go with their customers and appropriate stakeholders in a user-friendly format.

To learn more about M3 or to request a demo, visit www.m3as.com.


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Tags: business intelligence, hospitality technology, data management

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Lou Hammond Group
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W: http://www.m3as.com/

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