New MICROS Operetta is a True Off-the-shelf PMS Solution for Hotels with Standard Technology Needs

  • Oracle Hospitality Food and Beverage Solutions
  • 10.14.08
MICROS Systems, Inc., a leading provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, announced the launch of Operetta™, the first MICROS property management system (PMS) designed specifically for the hotel with standard, core PMS requirements.

Operetta is a bundled software, hardware and services solution that provides a straightforward, easy-to-understand approach with simple concepts.  Included are all of the essential PMS functions, including front desk, housekeeping, cashiering and end-of-day processing.  Operetta also features reservation blocking capabilities, a central dashboard, top industry standard reports, plug-and-play standard property level interface options and Internet bookings either through GDS or the hotel’s Web site.

This out of the box, all inclusive offering, comes preinstalled with Operetta PMS and a state-of-the-art Oracle® database.  In addition to the user-friendly software, Operetta also comes with two HP business desktop workstations running Windows XP, a laser printer and backup services.  To complete the packaged offering, the standard Operetta offering includes up to a five-day installation schedule, training and database configuration to ensure a smooth deployment.

“Operetta is perfect for an independent hotel or hotel chain with standard, core technology needs, containing all of the necessary components for a PMS, while remaining uncomplicated and easy to use,” said Karen O’Neill, vice president, hotel sales and strategies, MICROS.  “Operetta can even be hosted in one of MICROS’s four worldwide data centers, eliminating the need for on-site installation, hardware maintenance and system administration.”




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