HEADLINES

Mews Tavern Gets POS Overhaul

6/12/2007
Mews Tavern of Wakefield, Rhode Island will undergo a nine workstation installation that includes SquirrelOne Point of Sale, Squirrel Time & Attendance, Waitlist, Gift Card & Loyalty as well as Optimum Control Pro for inventory control and Mercury Payments for payment processing.

PMS Gives Larkspur Data Visibility

6/12/2007
Larkspur Hotels and Restaurants announces that it has successfully implemented the SoftBrands Epitome multi-property management system (PMS) from SoftBrands, Inc. at multiple Larkspur hotels in San Francisco's Union Square.

California Wineries Tackle Event Management

6/5/2007
Rubicon Estates, a 120-year-old winery located in Rutherford, California, and Icon Estates, a St. Helena, California-based winery, have implemented ReServe Interactive's Events Management software

Foxwoods Standardizes Group Reservation System

6/5/2007
Foxwoods Resort Casino announces its adoption of the Passkey online group reservation system as its standard method for handling and managing group reservations. Foxwoods will now offer Passkey to all its meeting planners and events including wedding, corporate meetings, conferences and conventions.

Monk McQueens Updates POS, Handhelds

6/5/2007
Monk McQueens Fresh Seafood and Oyster Bar, an award-winning waterfront restaurant in Vancouver, B.C. is piloting SquirrelOne Release 5, the latest release of SquirrelOne from Squirrel Systems.

Rough Creek Overhauls Property Management

6/5/2007
Rough Creek Lodge and Resort, an 11,000-acre resort and conference center located in Glen Rose, Texas, announces that it will utilize solutions from the Agilysys product suite to manage its numerous business processes

High Five

6/1/2007
Five factors that affect guests' opinions of high-speed Internet access

Guiding Guests

6/1/2007
RFID-enabled digital signs aid hotel navigation
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