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The Paradox of the Past: Lessons for Hoteliers

Although it seems to make sense to compare your hotel’s present performance with its past, the conclusions will be misleading and inaccurate. When it comes to analyzing your hotel’s performance, one of the most important things to look at is the current direct channel results – not just your own, but also of competitors in your local proximity.

The Paradox of the Past
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Hotel market performance: where do we stand after one year of COVID-19?

March 2021 by the numbers with David Eisen from Hotstats, the world’s largest monthly profit-and-loss database in the hotel industry. With uniquely intelligent benchmarking and performance software, HotStats looks far beyond REVPAR, offering an unparalleled opportunity to understand the industry like never before. How does your performance stack up?

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The MAPP Report, by myDigitalOffice gains momentum

The MAPP report (Market Analytics, Pace, and Performance) is a free data analytics tool that enables hoteliers to identify forward-looking bookings pace and performance trends across their hotels and their respective markets and visualize market recovery in real-time.

myDigitalOffice, the information management and back-office automation platform for hotels, recently launched the MAPP report (Market Analytics, Pace, and Performance), a free data analytics tool that enables hoteliers to identify forward-looking bookings pace and performance trends across their hotels and their respective markets, and visualize market recovery in real-time.
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KPIs every hotel executive should track daily

Tracking key performance indicators is the secret to success in the hotel industry, yet many hotel managers who think they have KPIs really don’t, because they aren’t using them effectively. Here are the KPIs you need on a daily basis and why you need them to have an accurate pulse on your business.

KPIs
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Performance gains needed in Chinese state-owned hotels

A new PolyU study finds Chinese state-owned hotels need to enhance their performance and market competitiveness, and that despite concerns, their stable workforces and entrenched locational advantages suggest that these hotels have the potential to become profitable businesses.

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