Noble House Hotels & Resorts Taps UniFocus for New Resource Management System

  • UniFocus
  • 06.12.08
UniFocus, a global pioneer in the hospitality industry for performance, workforce management and closed-loop feedback solutions, announced its Watson; R.M.™ Resource Management product suite has been selected by Noble House Hotels & Resorts to provide time and attendance, labor management and budgeting tools for its collection of properties.

By adding Watson R.M.’s automatic forecasting, automatic scheduling, flex budgeting and multiproperty labor reporting, Noble House anticipates a better, more consistent set of budgeting and labor management practices for use throughout its portfolio.

“We have been looking to enhance our resource management technology and UniFocus has clearly provided us with an application that allows us to tie our daily resource management processes to our annual and periodic budget process,” said Mike Benecke of Noble House. “We are pleased to provide this exciting technology to our properties.”

Stacy Rosenberg, corporate controller, said, “The Watson R.M. suite was the only product we found that integrated time and atendance, labor scheduling and reporting and budgeting, and we are particularly excited to have selected an application that can be customized to meet the needs of our diverse portfolio.  We’re looking forward to a successful implementation.”

Mark Heymann, UniFocus’ president and CEO, added, “We are very pleased with Noble House’s decision to bring us on board to deploy our Watson R. M. resources management system. We admire Noble House’s commitment to continually enhance the products it provides to its management team. UniFocus is committed to maintaining its position as a leading provider of resource management technology. We look forward to an ongoing partnership with Noble House,” he said.



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