Servicing up Innovation for Hospitality Sector with New ERP Solution.

The new solution streamlines all processes across all departments for hospitality businesses. It also provides real-time visibility of bookings and stock levels, thus supporting resource and supply management.

The author of this page: Roisin McLaughlin
Roisin McLaughlin, Marketing Director Dec 14, 2022

Dublin, 14 December 2022 – Storm Technology, the business technology consultancy, today announces that it is driving innovation in the hospitality sector with its new cloud-based ERP solution.

Storm Technology – which already works with the Gleneagle, Doyle Collection and Staycity – hopes to build on its existing portfolio of hospitality clients across Ireland and the UK. With the new solution targeting all types of establishments within the hospitality sector including hotels, pubs, bars, and restaurants, whether they are individual units or smaller hospitality groups.

Hosted on Microsoft’s Business Central platform, the cloud-based mid-market ERP solution for small and medium-sized hospitality businesses has been developed to monitor, track and control all processes across all departments – from the warehouse to finance to front of house.

As well as automating and streamlining processes, this end-to-end offering has the ability to centralise disparate systems and domains within one platform. It can also be integrated with other technologies and tailored to the customer’s individual requirements.

In particular, it can prove useful for finance departments with its ability to produce accounting reports in various formats. For example, the new ERP solution can simplify the allocation of marketing campaign costs across different establishments and locations.

Furthermore, the ERP hospitality solution provides staff with enhanced, real-time visibility of bookings and stock levels, thus allowing businesses to better manage not only their resources but also supplies and orders.

By enabling staff to work on one platform and automating administrative tasks, the product can boost accessibility, productivity and efficiency across organisations. In turn, businesses can free up resources to focus on more critical tasks such as customer service.

From a security and data protection perspective, the platform is fully backed up and customers will be provided with ongoing support from Storm Technology – which has over 25 years of experience in the sector and has successfully delivered thousands of digital projects.

Mike Lillis, Chief Commercial Officer, Storm Technology, said: “The hospitality sector is one that has experienced considerable disruption in recent years. It’s also one where businesses are managing various functions and processes with potentially outdated systems and approaches.

“With our new ERP hospitality solution, we hope to rejuvenate and modernise how such establishments – from family-run restaurants to smaller hospitality groups – do business. Easy to use and scalable, this offering has the power to make an impact, deliver more value and maximise the return on investment for customers, both today and in the future.

“As well as innovative solutions which reduce costs and boost productivity, we are driven by customer success and pride ourselves on delivering unrivalled customer service. Through this, unrelenting focus on client success we help our clients grow at scale.”

About Storm Technology 

Founded in 1995, Storm Technology is a leading Microsoft business technology consultancy with over 25 years of experience driving client success through digital transformation. Delivering solution and service excellence, underpinned by future-ready data architecture, it helps customers to scale and drive business impact. With offices in Dublin, Galway and Belfast, Storm Technology delivers digital solutions and market-leading customer service across hospitality, construction, utilities, sustainable energy, and the public sector.

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