IDS NEXT, a global provider of hospitality technology, has recently unveiled a completely revamped version of its enterprise-wide hotel ERP, FortuneNEXT6i.
The new application is built for virtualization and is fully iPad interoperable. It can also run on any tablet and offers clean, user friendly interfaces and a host of drill down reporting features so users can make more accurate decisions.
“The application has been in development for a few months, and incorporates a host of feedback from our 3000+ customers. The architecture of the application has been reworked to make it more robust, fast and offer enhanced security features,” said Binu Mathews, president and COO, IDS NEXT,, in a statement.
One of the highpoints of FortuneNEXT6i is its built-in report writer. This tool enables users to design and generate over 300 reports as well as powers the designing and customization of vouchers and receipts and enables for the extraction and presentation of data in a visually appealing manner.
FortuneNEXT6i will empower users with its built-in two way interface that seamlessly intergrates with a distribution platform, enabling hotels to sell rooms through GDS / OTA’s and their own Web booking engine.
“FortuneNEXT6i as a Hotel ERP can effectively deal with sensitive cardholder account information as it is PA DSS Compliant. While this is not currently required by Indian regulation, IDS NEXT as an industry leader in hospitality technology felt it was important to obtain this certification. FortuneNEXT6i offer AES 128 and SHA 512 bit encryption which allows a hotel to move closer to being fully PCI (News - Alert) Compliant” added Mathews.
Further, since the software is used across 40 countries, FortuneNEXT6i has been designed to allow users to define their calendars based on either the fiscal or physical year.
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